How Long Does a Construction Lien Last in Florida?

Category: Community Association Law

How Long Does a Construction Lien Last in Florida?

By Christopher M. Cobb May 28, 2019 Posted in Community Association Law

When a Florida contractor is not paid for the work they perform on real property, Chapter 713 and the Florida Constitution permit the aggrieved contractor to record a construction lien on the property. ┬áConstruction liens are a valuable tool in the collection of amounts due and owner for work performed. […]

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Buying a Condominium to Lease? Buyer Beware!

By William F. Cobb May 28, 2019 Posted in Community Association Law

Are you planning on buying a condominium to lease? Buyer beware… In Florida, the condominium community arrangement is a creature of statute governed by Chapter 718, Florida Statutes. ┬áCentral to the governance of the condominium community are the declaration of condominium and bylaws adopted and recorded in the public records […]

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