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Monthly Archives: June 2022

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Is A Written Contract Required To Purchase Real Estate In Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

As a general rule, it is always a good idea to put any contract or business agreement in writing. It is possible to enforce a purely oral contract in many cases, but it is rarely advisable. For one thing, it is often difficult–if not impossible–to prove two parties agreed to an oral contract in… Read More »

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Is An Oral Modification Of A Written Lease Enforceable In Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

When it comes to any sort of business agreement, it is always best to get it in writing. This applies not just to an original contract but any subsequent modifications. While the parties to a deal may later reach an “oral understanding” to modify an existing written agreement, enforcing such promises in court can… Read More »

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How Clicking On A Website’s “Terms of Service” Means Signing Away Your Legal Right To Sue

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Everyone has clicked a checkbox stating they agree to certain “terms of service” when purchasing goods or services online. Most of us never bother to actually read those terms. Unfortunately, these terms often include legal language that affect your rights under state and federal law. And the fact that you did not read these… Read More »

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What Is The Difference Between A Void And Voidable Judgment In Civil Litigation?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

There are two related but often misunderstood concepts in Florida civil litigation: void and voidable judgments. A void judgment refers to a civil judgment that is inherently defective. Once a judgment is found void, it is as if it never existed at all. A voidable judgment, in contrast, is one that is somehow procedurally… Read More »