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Monthly Archives: April 2019

Wage Garnishment: Does Florida’s Head-of-Household Exemption Apply to Independent Contractor Income

April 15, 2019 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog, Florida Business Litigation Blog

Often, an entire household is dependent upon the wages earned by a single head-of-household. To protect the financial well-being of these dependents, the Florida legislature has exempted some of these wages from wage garnishment. However, Florida courts have struggled to consistently apply the exemption. The greatest issue has been whether […]

Considerations for Community Association’s Use of Drones for Covenant Enforcement and Maintenance Inspections

April 9, 2019 Community Association Industry Legal Blog

There are benefits to community associations using drones for issues such as covenant enforcement and common area maintenance.  The biggest of which is the cost effectiveness and efficiency of using drones instead of individuals to perform these inspections.  However, there are significant risks as well.  There are a number of […]

Florida Construction Lien: Final Furnishing – Does it Include Punchlist or Closeout Work?

April 8, 2019 Construction Industry Legal Blog

This blog is part of a series covering a critical component of a Florida construction lien—recording the claim of lien within 90 days’ of “final furnishing.”  Failing to record a claim of lien within the 90-day final-furnishing deadline renders the lien completely invalid and useless.  The trick is knowing when […]

How to Calculate Real Estate Valuation Damages in a Construction Defect Action

April 4, 2019 Construction Industry Legal Blog

When determining whether to pursue a construction defect action, few property owners consider the question: “how will my damages be calculated?”. While understandable, failure to properly address this question can prevent owners from recovering the full extent of their damages. This blog post discusses issues that should be considered when […]

“As is” and no Warranty Provisions in Contracts: Are They Always Enforceable?

April 3, 2019 Florida Business Litigation Blog, Insurance Industry Legal Blog, Professional Services Industry Legal Blog

Whether purchasing a business, a piece of real property, or even a car, there is likely a lengthy contract that goes along with that purchase.  Many of those contracts contain “as-is” or “no warranty” provisions.  These types of provisions may also include language that the seller of the property is […]

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