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Commercial Leasing Considerations for Marijuana-Related Businesses in Florida

When it comes to leasing commercial space to a marijuana-related business, the rules are a little different, given the nature of the business…

The Difference Between a Lease and a License

A lease and a license are two separate legal concepts that offer different rights and duties to the contractual parties. The difference between a lease and a license comes down to the duties and rights in a contract…

Landlord and Tenant may be happy they included a Subleasing Clause in their Commercial Lease

Landlords and tenants may find benefit in including subleasing or an assignment clause in their commercial leases, but for different reasons…

Real Estate Attorney Celena R. Nash Receives Preeminent AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell

The Award Designates the Highest Possible Rating in Legal Ability & Ethical Standards Real Estate Attorney Celena R. Nash has received the preeminent AV rating from […]

Can a Homeowner’s Association that Allows the Violation of a Restrictive Covenant be Liable in Tort?

The issue of whether a homeowner’s association that permits a violation of its restrictive covenants

Opportunity Zone Benefit for Investors

The Opportunity Zones incentive was created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to encourage long-term investments in low-income urban and rural communities nationwide.

Practical Approach for Community Association Risk Management

Each community association should operate as a non-profit business with an important goal in mind: PROMOTING THE HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE of its community.

What are general strategies for minimizing costs when dealing with conflicts with other parties?

The most effective way to minimize costs when dealing with a conflict with an opposing party is to have an in-house counsel on staff

What are the considerations one should take into account when drafting or negotiating a commercial lease?

In drafting and/or negotiating a commercial lease, landlords and tenants have significantly different interests which must be protected.

Is a Homeowner or Condominium Association’s Rule to arbitrarily decline a tenant valid?

Florida law supports the rights of a homeowner or condominium’s association to review and approve or decline prospective tenants.