Florida’s Construction Lien Laws: Owner’s Contest of Lien

By James M. Gonzalez and Jessica Cappock October 27, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

Next in this series, we discuss the owner’s right to contest a Claim of Lien recorded on their property. If a dispute arises regarding the appropriateness or accuracy of a recorded lien, it may be in the property owner’s best interest to file a Notice of Contest of Lien. Recording […]

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Florida’s Construction Lien Laws: A Party’s Right to Information – Statement of Subcontractors

By James M. Gonzalez and Jessica Cappock October 13, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

In this segment of Florida’s Construction Lien Laws, we discuss the property owner’s statutory right to request and the requirement to provide a statement of subcontractors and suppliers. A property owner has an interest in knowing which subcontractors and suppliers are being used by their contractors for improvements to their […]

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When is a Construction Lien Deemed Fraudulent?

By Nicholas Elder; Jessica Cappock October 5, 2020 Posted in Construction Law

In Florida, construction liens provide contractors with the necessary tools to collect money for their work, services and materials directly from the owner of the property.  These contractors may ultimately seek to collect this money via a lien foreclosure action and subsequent property sale. However, contractors must take care to […]

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Ways to Prevent Vandalism in Community Associations

By Christopher M. Cobb August 31, 2020 Posted in Community Association Law

Vandalism has been an issue with both condominiums and homeowners’ associations for as long this type of community and lifestyle has existed.  With the current status of Covid-19 and school closures, vandalism may increase with more of our youth being required to stay home.  Instances of vandalism can be relatively […]

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