Monthly Archives: June 2017
If you are a roofer, you are likely no stranger to the concept of providing materials and services over the course of several days; however, you are much less likely familiar with the custom of providing clients notice of a 3-day right of rescission. Read Full Post
When Two Become One: Legal Considerations in the Mergers & Acquisitions Process – Part I: Basic Overview
Part I: Basic Overview of the Merger and Acquisition Process By: Kayla A. Haines, Esq., MBA A primary goal for many start-ups and new businesses is to eventually sell the company, even if the founders intend to remain with the … Read Full Post
By: Christopher M. Cobb, Esq. A “pay when paid” or “pay if paid” provision is often used in general contracts to shift the risk of payment by the owner to the subcontractors. They are sometimes referred to as contingent payment … Read Full Post
Damage to condominium property and the inevitable ensuing argument over the party responsible for the cost of repair is a familiar scenario for many association members. Unit owners, board members and association managers are often unsure of which entity is … Read Full Post
Homeowners’ Associations in Florida and the Marketable Record Title Act: Are Your Governing Documents Still Valid?
By: James O. Birr, III Florida homeowner and condominium associations’ governing documents (declaration, bylaws and articles of association) are critical for maintaining order and enforcing rules and regulations. These governing documents are recorded in the public records of the county … Read Full Post