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What Happens If I Can’t Pay My Rent? Will I Be Evicted?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Many tenants end up in a situation where they cannot pay their rent. But does it mean that you will be evicted if you get behind in your rent due to a legitimate excuse such as the loss of job, injury, illness, or others? Since each situation is unique, it is advisable to consult… Read More »

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How To Report A Bad Landlord In Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Landlords have a legal duty to keep the rental in a fit and habitable condition. However, not all landlords comply with or even know the law. If your landlord fails to maintain the rental property in a reasonably safe, habitable condition, you may have to report the landlord to the appropriate agency. But how… Read More »

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How Can You Prove Intellectual Property Theft?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Intellectual property (IP) is the lifeblood of your business. Since intellectual property is the product of a person’s mind, it is often stolen by those who are unable to create something of their own. If you suspect that someone infringed on your intellectual property rights, you need to contact a Sarasota business litigation lawyer… Read More »

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Can “Trade Custom And Usage” Be Read Into A Business Contract?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

When it comes to business contracts, the cardinal rule is that a court will not construe–or read anything into–an agreement that is “clear, complete, and unambiguous” on its face. Put another way, if you want to include a particular right or obligation into an agreement, it should be in the written text. Never assume… Read More »

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Is It Possible To Revoke A Will In Florida?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Many people mistakenly believe that Wills are set in stone, but that is not true. Even though it’s called “the Last Will and Testament,” it may not be your last Will if you later choose to update or revoke it. Reasons why people revoke Wills vary from one case to another. In most cases,… Read More »

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Can I Redeem My House After The Foreclosure?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Many people who lose their homes to foreclosure wonder if there is any way to redeem the house. The short answer is, “No, you cannot redeem your house after the foreclosure is complete.” However, if the foreclosure is not final yet, you may get your house back. If you want to redeem your home… Read More »

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How Can I Stop Debt Collector Harassment?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

If you fall behind on a car loan, mortgage, credit card, or other payments, you may experience what is known as “debt collector harassment.” A debt collector may call you multiple times a day or week with the intent to intimidate and force you to pay off the debt. Fortunately, there are ways to… Read More »

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Can A Landlord Deduct From A Security Deposit For Normal Wear And Tear?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Most landlords in Florida require tenants to pay a certain amount of money upfront before giving them keys to their rental apartment or house. That amount of money is called a security deposit. Landlords can deduct certain amounts of money from a security deposit to compensate for the damages to the property caused by… Read More »

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6 Mistakes To Avoid When Buying A Florida Business

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Purchasing a business is a risky and costly endeavor. If you are considering buying a business, it is essential to consult with a lawyer to understand your rights and obligations. An experienced attorney will help you avoid mistakes when buying a business in Florida. Schedule a consultation with our Bradenton business transaction lawyers at… Read More »

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10 Reasons To Update Your Will And Estate Plan

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

A Will – also known as the Last Will and Testament – is one of the most important documents in every person’s life. However, just because you already have a Will does not mean that you can forget about it and do not need to look at it ever again. Our lives change, and… Read More »