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What is an easement and how can it be terminated?

The word easement is used to refer to an instance in which you may have access to a property that another person legally owns. As an example, an electric company may have an easement in a new home community to allow their workers to drive into it and establish service. Also, if you and your neighbor share a driveway, then an easement may exist that allows you both to traverse a portion of each other's properties to reach your own.

Florida Capital City lawsuit over condo association dues

Homeowner Associations or Condominium Associations are developed to protect property owners by having specific bylaws, rules and regulations that go along with ownership. Being a member of an association gives you the right to ensure that all other members of the association, as well as yourself, are fulfilling their obligations to maintain a set of agreed-upon standards.

Plan carefully when going against a homeowners' association

Some neighborhoods have a homeowners' association (HOA) that governs what is allowed in the neighborhood. You might find that it is difficult to have to stand up against these associations when they are breathing down your neck.

Resort company moving forward with construction project

There are a plethora of real estate projects underway in Melbourne, Florida, a popular area which draws new residents from across the country. Of course, there are many complexities involved with those projects, and it only takes one going wrong for one of the people involved to pursue real estate litigation. Fortunately, however, differences can sometimes still be resolved outside of court with the help of capable attorneys.

Take care when planning your case for real estate litigation

Real estate litigation can encompass a variety of cases. Each type of case has its own points that must be considered. If you are facing any situation that could lead to litigation, you should take the time to learn about the possible ways that you might respond to the issue.

When can I walk away from a home purchase contract?

You may assume that pulling out of a real estate sale or purchase is virtually impossible to do. There are circumstances, though, in which either a buyer or seller may pull out of the contract, each with their own respective penalties for doing so.

Can Ponzi schemes target potential real estate investors?

For readers who may not understand what a Ponzi scheme or swindle is, this post will start with a brief explanation. Providing this explanation can help you and other Florida residents recognize any red flags that may indicate a possible securities fraud.

Condominium owner discovers serious problem

Melbourne, Florida, is known to be a popular place for real estate development. The area has an array of properties for both permanent residents and those visiting the state as tourists or on business. When something is seriously wrong with one of those properties, one or more affected parties may pursue real estate litigation. That happened recently over a condominium in Coral Gables that was overrun by rodents.

Man challenges homeowner association election for second time

A man from Poinciana Villages is challenging the results of a recent homeowners' association election. At stake could be the right for homeowners to be on the association's board of directors, to know exactly how the homeowners' association fees are spent and how the neighborhood is governed by the association.

Understanding Florida's homestead exemption

Buying and selling a home in Florida can be a confusing process. There are many laws and codes for buyers and sellers to peruse, and the number and complexity of them may seem daunting. But these laws contain many ways of saving money and protecting a home from financial problems down the road.

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