Monthly Archives: August 2020

Florida’s Fast-Track Residential Foreclosure Process

Since 2013, residential foreclosure actions in Florida have been significantly shortened—from over two (2) years to possibly less than six (6) months—because of the new “fast-track” process provided in section 702.10, Florida Statutes. This fast-track foreclosure process starts with the … Read Full Post

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Construction Industry Webinar: Lien Law for Prime Contractors

Managing Problem Construction Projects in Turbulent Times: Tools for Success is a multi-part education series designed for business owners and leaders in the construction industry. Part 4 of the series was geared towards general contractors, and provided insights and practical … Read Full Post

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Application of the Business Judgment Rule to Community Association Board of Directors

The board of directors of community associations are responsible for making important decisions affecting the community and its members. As a result, disputes sometimes arise between the association and its members. In the event the dispute evolves into a lawsuit, … Read Full Post

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Overview of Florida’s New Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act

On July 1, 2020, the Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act (“Act”) became law in Florida as part of the newly created Chapter 714 of the Florida Statutes. The Act codifies existing common law in Florida regarding the right to … Read Full Post

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