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Florida man disputes requirement for site plan, building permits

The owner of a longtime roadside produce business and Hillsborough County, Florida, officials are in a dispute over whether the stand has the necessary permits to operate.

Know how to handle home owners association disagreements

When you purchase a property here in Melbourne, one of the questions you need to ask is whether there is a home owners' association (HOA) for the area. If there is, you might want to dig into it before you sign the contract on the home. While there are some HOAs that aren't intrusive, there are some that nitpick the homeowners.

Radon dispute pits Florida condo owners, homeowners association

Condominium owners in Venice, Florida, are at a loss over what to do now that their tenants have discovered radon in the unit and the homeowners association has thrown a wrench into the situation.

Here's how earnest money works in Florida home purchases

When you find the perfect home that you want to buy and make an offer, you'll need to write a check to go along with it. That's called "earnest money," and it's a show of good faith to the seller that you intend to go through with the purchase.

Are you in the throes of a homeowners' association dispute?

Your homeowners' association (HOA) could be a great friend to you. It can protect your neighborhood's appearance while safeguarding the property value of your own residence. At the same time, your HOA could be a tremendous foe by instituting unfair standards, hitting you with massive fees and even trying to get you physically kicked out of the neighborhood. At our firm, we represent homeowners in HOA disputes.

Adverse possession can erode profits from selling your property

If you own a piece of land, then it may be possible for someone who's staked a claim to it to acquire a valid title under adverse possession laws. The person who has claimed such rights to the property must have been utilizing it for a significant period of time. A person wishing to take adverse possession of a property must meet several other conditions as well.

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