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What Constitutes a Breach of Employment Act in Florida?

By Megan C. Goodall May 4, 2020 Posted in Business Litigation

In the state of Florida, employment is “at-will” unless you have an employment contract with your employer. If you are an “at-will” employee, you may be terminated at any time with or without cause, so long as the reason is not illegal. If, however, you are a contractual employee, the […]

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Defenses to Condominium Foreclosure Actions in Florida

By Christopher M. Cobb April 13, 2020 Posted in Community Association Law

A condominium assessment foreclosure can be an unpleasant experience for a unit owner.  However, there are certain steps a condominium association must take prior to successfully foreclose on a unit.  Failure to take these steps may result in the inability to foreclose on the unit. This article will discuss overcoming […]

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Condominium Assessment Lien Foreclosure in Florida

By Christopher M. Cobb April 9, 2020 Posted in Community Association Law

Basically, a condominium assessment lien foreclosure action is a lawsuit.  A condominium association may bring an action in its name to foreclose a lien for assessments in the manner a mortgage of real property is foreclosed, and it may also bring an action to recover a money judgment for the […]

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