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Remedies for Breach of Contract in Construction Law

In contract law, a breach takes place whenever one of the parties to a contract fails in fulfilling its obligation or obligations as described in the contract. A breach is said to have taken place whether this failure took place partially or wholly.  The breaching party might also have communicated an intent to fail the [...]

Contingent Payment Clauses in Florida Construction Law

Construction contracts typically have contingent payment clauses that state that a contractor will pay their subcontractors once the contractor has been paid by the property owner.  These construction contract clauses shift the risk associated with payment so that the risk is shared between the contractor and all of its subcontractors.   Based on a precedent set [...]


Examinations Under Oath

A number of fraudulent and/or questionable construction claims are filed against major insurance companies each year. Each of these claims has to be investigated and, in many cases, litigated. Many large property and casualty insurers need an experienced local attorney here in South Florida to investigate claims that seem questionable. Insurance companies can conduct extensive [...]


5 Great Florida Property Tax Appeals Numbers and Dates

Important Dates and Numbers for Property Tax Appeals August Throughout Florida, a Truth in Millage or TRIM Notice is mailed to property owners in August. Property tax appeals must reference the TRIM notice to be effective. 25 days Truth in Millage or TRIM Notice, comes with a 25-day property tax appeals window during which property [...]


Four Benefits of Incorporating Your Place of Worship in Florida

An important part of running any organization is ensuring that when the organization is formed, it is formed under the correct entity. Choosing the correct entity will set up your organization for success by capitalizing on relevant tax breaks, protecting your assets, and putting your organization in the best position to raise capital. For many [...]


Property Tax Appeals: Don’t Overpay for Residential Property Tax

Property Tax Appeals: If you own residential real estate in Florida, you are likely required to pay residential property tax. Smart residential property owners can carefully review their property valuation to ensure the amount they are paying is accurate. Overvalued property assessments are not unusual, and therefore it is essential that residential property owners take [...]


Preparing for the Unexpected With Buy-Sell Agreements

An important part of running any successful business is taking steps to plan for the future. While business partners may enter a business endeavor planning to stay for the long haul, life may bring about unexpected events that result in the departure of one or more business partners. Preparing a well-crafted buy-sell agreement can protect [...]

Florida Foreclosure Wave Likely in Late 2020

In the state of Florida, the foreclosure and eviction moratoriums set in place due to COVID-19 are scheduled to end on August 1st. With as much as 14.5% of the state population unemployed or furloughed, Florida can likely expect a wave of foreclosures soon after the foreclosure ban is lifted. This will be a stressful [...]


Don’t Overpay for Commercial Property Tax

If you own commercial real estate in Florida then you are required to pay commercial property tax. Even so, smart commercial property owners can carefully review their commercial property valuation to ensure the amount they are paying is accurate. Overvalued property assessments are not unusual, and therefore it is essential that commercial property owners take [...]

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