Florida Condominium Laws on Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals

Category: Community Association Law

Private Investor Assignment of Mortgage

By William F. Cobb October 4, 2019 Posted in Community Association Law

The issue of Assignment of Mortgage frequently appears in estate planning private asset purchase matters where a non-institutional note and mortgage have been given.  Most often the facts involve property that was sold by the parents, who took back a note for a portion of the purchase price and a […]

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Time is of the Essence Clauses

By William F. Cobb October 2, 2019 Posted in Community Association Law

If time is an essential part of your contract performance, a “time is of the essence clause” needs to be included.  The “time is of the essence” clause is not necessarily a “stock clause” but is intended to give a party an immediate right to cancel the contract if the […]

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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.  Construction liens are a valuable tool in the collection of amounts due and owner for work performed. […]

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