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Just because it was dismissed doesn't mean you'll miss out on atty's fees. Learn more here http://ow.ly/vVnSr #bizlit
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"Don't go breaking my heart, or this fiduciary relationship is over!" http://ow.ly/vQHaB
There are many claims available to oppressed members of Florida Limited Liability Companies (“LLC’s”) whose business partners misappropriate assets through unlawful distributions. This bLAWg post focuses on determining whether actions in making improper distributions by majority members or managers of Florida LLC’s constitute breaches of common law fiduciary duties owed to minority interest holders. Read Full Post
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D-d-d Defense! Brent's 2nd installment in his Delay Damages series deals with defense, read more here http://ow.ly/vBlhk
Once a delay is successfully proven—discussed in part one of this multi-series—the next step is to deal with any possible defenses. This process varies depending on which side you are on: whether seeking damage for delays or attempting to refrain from paying delay damages. This step must be completed prior to calculating possible damages for a few reasons. Most importantly it avoids unnecessary legal battles, extra costs and headaches. As di...
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FL Courts say "you best recognize" first costs defenses. Read more about this in Austin's blawg. http://ow.ly/vlaW7 #constructionlaw
The affirmative defense of “First Cost” was formally recognized by a Florida court in the recent decision Sch. Bd. Of Broward County v. Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, 2014 Fla. App. LEXIS 3916 (Fla. 4th DCA Mar. 19, 2014). The concept of first cost has been understood throughout the construction industry for quite a while, but had yet to be formally recognized by that name in Florida courts. See id. at *30. This blawg examines the first ...
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Hans is back...and discussing why condos may want to terminate their existence. Read more here at http://ow.ly/vdmlG #condolaw
While the termination of a condominium may not be an everyday occurrence, it does happen from time to time. The situation occurs frequently enough that the Florida legislature dedicated an entire section of the Florida Condominium Act to it for ensuring that a formal process is in place to protect the interests of all those involved and affected. Specifically, Section 718.117, Florida Statutes, governs this termination of condominium process an...
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"I wanna see you out that door, condos, BYE, BYE, BYE..." Read Part 3 of Hans's blawg series on terminating condos at http://ow.ly/vTPfG
This is Part III in a series of bLAWg posts discussing the process for the termination of condominiums according to Section 718.117 of the Florida Condominium Act. Part I of this series focused on the process for termination due to economic waste or impossibility to continue. Part II discussed the optional termination process, which was added to the statutes in 2007. This bLAWg post provides an overview of the plan of termination and the requi...
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"To terminate or not to terminate, that is the question." Read Hans's part 2 blawg on condo termination here http://ow.ly/vGwoM
As discussed in Part I of this bLAWg series, two scenarios lead to most of the termination of condominiums: 1) the condominium is in a nearly uninhabitable condition and the cost of construction or repairs exceeds the projected fair market value of the condominium property (often due to natural disasters); or 2) the condominium is located on prime real estate and a developer has made an offer to purchase the property for alternative development...
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Arrr matey, you be needing to rrread Hans's blawg on Safe Harbor provisions. http://ow.ly/vw0C7 #condolaw
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, on January 3, 2014, issued an opinion explaining what Florida associations can demand from first mortgagees who are protected by the Safe Harbor provisions of the Condominium and Homeowners’ Association Acts. In United States of America v. Forest Hill Gardens East Condominium Association, the court clarified what charges are included under the terms “common expenses” and “regular asse...
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Brent's new blawg post on ROFR is "right here, right now, right here, right now, right here, right now" http://ow.ly/vhIiK
Have you ever heard the term “right of first refusal” in connection with real estate, commonly referred to as a “ROFR,” and wondered what it meant? Even if you are familiar with the term, have you ever wondered what may or may not trigger a ROFR? This bLAWg addresses exactly these issues. Read Full Post
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"Hold up, wait a minute, lets delay this project a minute" Brent shares what you need to know about Proof of Delay http://ow.ly/v3WZp
Are you a contractor or subcontractor who has taken on a job, agreed to have it completed by a certain date, and failed to meet that deadline due to an unforeseeable delay? How about an owner that has been promised completion of a project by a specific date that was not met? If they have done much business, everyone involved in the construction industry that fits within these categories should have answered in the affirmative. Today, virtually...
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Joie Davis
reviewed 3 months ago
Horrible. These money hogs did the complimentary hour meeting. I decided not to go forward because the "review" was going to be way too much money to "find out if you have an action". So the end of the year comes... I get an email telling me they are closing my file. (Didn't know I had one). Then I get a letter by mail telling me the same thing, duh? And now I get an invoice for the "photocopy and postage". You have got to be kidding me. No wonder people think attorneys are money hungry dirt bags. I do!
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