Florida Condo Roof Leaks: Who’s Responsible?

You’re sitting in your Florida condo, when suddenly a drip from the ceiling interrupts your peace. Upon investigating, you discover a roof leak. What do you do next? Who should you call? More importantly, who bears the responsibility of fixing Florida condo roof leaks?  Understanding Condo Law and Responsibilities The Florida Condominium Act (FCA) governs […]

Top 5 Concerns that Homeowners Have About Their HOAs

Homeowners’ Associations (HOAs) play a vital role in maintaining neighborhoods and communities across the United States, including the vibrant state of Florida. Owning a home in a Homeowners Association (HOA) can offer numerous benefits, from ensuring property values to providing a cohesive community atmosphere. These organizations are responsible for enforcing community rules, managing common areas, […]

Can an HOA Force Foreclosure?

An Homeowner’s Association or HOA, is defined by Florida law as follows: “…a Florida corporation responsible for the operation of a community or a mobile home subdivision in which the voting membership is made up of parcel owners or their agents, or a combination thereof, and in which membership is a mandatory condition of parcel […]

Real Estate and Title Searches: Why Are They Important?

A title search is a detailed examination of the historical records concerning a property. These records include deeds, court records, property and name indexes, and many other documents. The goal of this process is to verify the seller’s right to transfer ownership and discover any potential issues with the property’s title that could affect its […]

Can I Get Out of a Real Estate Contract?

In the shimmering high-rise skyline of Miami or the sprawling coastal retreats of Palm Beach, buying or selling property is no small decision. The stakes are high, both emotionally and financially. At the heart of every property transaction lies the real estate contract, a legally binding agreement between buyer and seller that outlines the terms […]

Can a Condo Association Deny an Emotional Support Animal?

Having an emotional support animal in Florida can be a great way to live with emotional or psychological disabilities. However, living in a condo comes with its own set of rules, and an ESA may or may not be allowed in the condos owned by a condominium association. The Fair Housing Act (FHA) says it […]

The Basics of Boundary Disputes in Florida

The state of Florida has continued to be a fast-growing part of the country. Because of this, owning land has continued to be a great investment and a way to build long-term wealth.  As owning land can come with a lot of value, there are situations in which two parties may dispute the ownership and […]

Landlord Tenant Disputes: How an Attorney Can Help

Signing a lease with a tenant in Florida is a business transaction wherein both parties agree to uphold their end of the agreement. Most of the time, these agreements work just fine, and both tenant and landlord do not have an issue. Unfortunately, landlord tenant disputes sometimes arise because one party feels the other is […]

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