In Florida’s dynamic real estate market, buyers across the state are seeking rescission of their real estate contracts. This firm has immense experience in handling actions for buyers seeking to cancel real estate contracts and obtain deposit refunds.

With respect to certain defined condominium properties, Federal and Florida law requires that purchase agreements contain a series of specific and particular disclosures. Fla. Stat. §718.503 and the “Intrastate Land Sales Disclosure Act” 15 U.S.C. §1701, et al, both contain laundry lists of mandatory disclosures and other procedural requirements that developers must comply with prior to the execution of a purchase agreement. Furthermore, the Federal Interstate Land Sales Act requires that developers for certain condominium projects file mandatory reports with the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and provide purchasers with specific offering materials. Failure to follow perfectly these requirements can be grounds for cancellation. Our attorneys have the skill and expertise to evaluate the entire transaction to ensure all requirements were fulfilled and determine what rights you may have.

Additionally, our lawyers represent clients in lawsuits involving every type of real property; from small single-family residential properties to large office buildings and mixed-use projects. Our attorneys are knowledgeable and seasoned litigators of actions, in law and equity, arising from real estate transactions gone awry; and, are equally proficient at representing the rights and interests of developers, buyers and sellers.

Can I file bankruptcy without my spouse?

  • June 29, 2021

A person can file bankruptcy without their spouse. Whether or not this is a good choice depends on the laws in your state and the individual circumstances in your case. Florida is a “common law” state (as opposed to a “community property” state). In a common law state like Florida, debts that you and your […]