Florida Commercial Real Estate And Land Use Law Blog


Riparian Rights in Florida: Docking and Wharfing

Ownership of waterfront property is particularly desirable in Florida and often involves unique real property considerations.  It is often difficult to distinguish where the private land rights cease and the sovereign land ownership begins.  As a result, a subset of … Read Full Post

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Five Ways for Commercial Landlords to Protect Themselves in Commercial Real Estate Leases

By: Charles B. Jimerson, Esq. and Alicia Battern

Outside of Florida’s codified landlord/tenant laws, there are several ways a landlord can protect itself when involved in a commercial real estate lease. This Blog post highlights some of the ways that commercial landlords may protect their personal and financial interests within commercial real estate lease. Read Full Post

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