Welcome to the Florida Commercial Real Estate Litigation Blog. Our blog name does not leave much to the imagination as to what we will cover here – all things related to commercial real estate litigation in Florida. There will be case updates and posts about topics of interest to litigators and transactional attorneys, as well as those in the real estate industry. The three editors are all real estate litigation partners in the West Palm Beach office of Shutts & Bowen LLP. Please check in with us frequently, and sign up to receive an email of each new post. We would also love to hear feedback on our posts or the types of posts you would like to see, so please email us at any time. Thanks for reading!
Author Archives: Matthew R. Chait
- Ad Valorem Assessments
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Attorneys' fees
- Business of Real Estate
- Commercial Brokerage
- Creditor's Rights
- Cyber fraud
- email hacking
- Liens and encumbrances
- Lis Pendens
- Loan guaranties
- Partnerships and LLCs
- Promissory Notes
- Property Tax
- Restrictive Covenants
- If I drop my FDUTPA claim because I realize I can’t prove actual damages, am I still liable for the defendant’s attorney’s fees?
- Does Florida’s homestead protection from creditors extend to sale proceeds invested in securities?
- Reforeclosure – the good, the bad and the ugly
- Can I Get a Money Judgment If I Can’t Locate the Defendant or If He Resides Out of State?
- No right to jury trial in foreclosure, even where lender seeks money judgment on promissory note