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Why Many Businesses will Fail if Florida’s Commercial Eviction Laws Don’t Immediately Change

Florida’s eviction laws are meant to be landlord-friendly and quick.  The statute is written so as not to waste a court’s time with unrelated defenses when the issue is very clear: the rent is unpaid.  Under normal circumstances, this mechanism keeps rental spaces competitive and flowing: the tenant can’t afford a space, the landlord gets …

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Do Security Regulations Cover Real Estate Investments

Real estate investment opportunities can be structured in many forms.  For instance, a developer may seek money from a few friends to acquire land and develop a project under an LLC.  Another example is a real estate investor who creates a fund with a limited partnership structure in which the general partner manages the operation …

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Do you really want an arbitration clause

Do you really want an arbitration clause? Arbitration is often pitched as a no-brainer. Almost invariably, the pitch goes like this: “You definitely want an arbitration clause. Arbitration is quick, it’s efficient, it’s confidential, and it keeps costs much lower.” In the real world, arbitration doesn’t always make sense. Here’s a breakdown of certain considerations that should be kept …

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