Category Archives: Real Estate Litigation
Protect Against Construction Defect: Common Terms To Watch for In Construction Contracts
Whether it is a dentist filling our cavity, a mechanic at an auto-shop replacing the transmission, or an architect/construction engineer building our new home: in life, we hire and trust professionals to do a good job completing a task that we cannot do ourselves, or do not have the time to do. When we… Read More »
Property Liens In Florida
If you have been notified that a lien was placed on your home or property you likely want to know: what does this mean? Is this even valid? What are the next steps moving forward? Being notified of a lien on your property can be frightening and disorienting, but rest assured that the experienced… Read More »
Is A Written Contract Required To Purchase Real Estate In Florida?
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 »