Monthly Archives: February 2020
Almost every construction contract or subcontract contains provisions regarding the manner in which notice must be provided to the other party under the contract regarding significant issues on the construction project, including delays, unforeseen conditions, or other claims. Compliance with … Read Full Post
Does the Failure to Provide Adequate Parking Constitute a Material Breach of a Commercial Lease Agreement?
Adequate parking is essential to most businesses. Sufficient parking is needed for a business’s employees, customers or vendors. Most commercial lease agreements will address parking or will address common areas, which may include parking. Depending on a tenant’s business, adequate … Read Full Post
A homeowner association and a condominium association have a duty to maintain their common property. That duty is generally provided for in Florida Statutes and the express duties are usually set forth in the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions. For … Read Full Post