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Checklist Of What To Include In Your Florida Articles Of Incorporation

Florida Law requires that any new company wishing to incorporate in the state of Florida file articles of incorporation with the Florida Department of State.  The articles of incorporation is the document that establishes the formation of the company.  If … Read Full Post

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The Public Procurement And Bidding Process In Florida

For many companies, the award of a single public contract can help cement long-lasting relationships that may result in years of continuing business.  Therefore, it is important for companies of all sizes to know and understand the requirements and bidding … Read Full Post

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Changes are Coming – What You Need To Know To Meet Florida’s New Private Project Payment Bond Claim Requirements

All Florida construction industry participants need to be aware of the significant new changes to the payment bond claim requirements on private projects under section 713.23, Florida Statutes, made by the 2019 Florida Legislature in House Bill 1247.[1]  These changes … Read Full Post

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Florida Adopts Daubert as Standard for Admission of Expert Testimony

In 1923, the United States introduced the Frye standard to determine the admissibility of scientific evidence in a court of law.  In Frye v. United States, the Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that for the … Read Full Post

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Real Property Purchase and Sale Agreements: Beware of the Notice Provisions

Real property purchase and sale agreements often contain detailed requirements pertaining to termination, inspection, placing of deposits, and even the form in which certain notices to parties must be provided.  Of course, parties to such agreements must read and understand … Read Full Post

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Lease Agreements: Beware of the Lease Renewal Language

Many leases contain renewal language, allowing the lessee to renew the lease term after the original lease term expires.  These provisions sometimes contain notice requirements and fulfillment of certain conditions precedent.  In some instances, the leases may automatically renew.  In … Read Full Post

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How Do Construction Liens Impact A Commercial Landlord In Florida?

Pursuant to Florida’s construction lien law, an owner of real property who contracts for improvements to the property is subject to construction liens against the property. However, the lien law is somewhat unique for commercial properties, as the commercial landlord … Read Full Post

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Florida’s Banking Statutes of Frauds § 687.0304 Weeds Out Borrower Claims Based On Oral Agreements

Florida’s Banking Statutes of Frauds was enacted in order to curb a 1980s trend of increasing lender liability lawsuits. The enactment of this statute makes it difficult for plaintiffs to maintain tort-based claims that might otherwise flow from the written … Read Full Post

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The Fair Credit Reporting Act

This article provides a high level overview of the The Fair Credit Reporting Act, including its statutory authority and the goals of the Act.  The article examines what steps a furnisher of information, like a bank, credit union, or credit … Read Full Post

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Challenging Quasi-Judicial Decisions Of A Local Government

If you own operate a business, rent to commercial tenants, develop real estate or even just own a parcel containing a single-family home, chances are, you are going to have to seek some sort of regulatory approval from a local … Read Full Post

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