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March 2019 Archives

Have your attorney review your commercial property purchase

You might be ready to take the plunge and buy a commercial property in Florida. Maybe your business needs more warehouse space. Or perhaps you are looking for a good investment in a growing market.

Your three options when a breach of contract occurs

Contracts are drawn up with the main goal of preventing a dispute and deterring conflict. But at the same time, contracts exist so that each party is legally protected in the way they see fit. If you have entered into a contract that has since been breached, you may wonder what action you can take in order to enforce the terms.

What will a Florida judge want to know when I contest a will?

If you've met with an attorney to draft a will or set up an estate, then you're probably familiar with them asking you if the wishes that you've expressed are being made of your own free will. The reason that they ask this is to make sure that you're not under someone else's "undue influence".

Preparing to close on a commercial property

If you are buying your first commercial real estate property as an investment, it is likely that you will feel like you are walking into the unknown to some extent. You have also probably conducted a great deal of analysis on how the property will be able to provide you with income in the future -- but you may have overlooked possible expenses that cannot be easily foreseen.

Busy contractors can cause domino effect construction delays

While much of the country envies the weather in Florida, there is one thing that residents here truly worry about --hurricanes. After a hurricane hits, homeowners and businesses try to scramble to rebuild. This puts a huge strain on the construction industry.

What can cause delays in closing on commercial real estate?

Florida business owners often ask how commercial real estate closings differ from residential ones. One stark difference that you'll come to notice quite quickly is that the former is far less regulated than the latter. One of several reasons that Melbourne commercial real estate closings get delayed is because there's no set standard form or procedures that must be followed as part of this process.

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