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b2ap3_thumbnail_images-3_20160802-183955_1.jpgWhen a person hires someone else to provide goods or services to him or her, the terms of the contract dictate when the work is to be performed or the goods to be provided. However, situations can occur in which the contractor is not providing timely delivery, and the customer may pursue legal action to enforce his or her rights.

Contract Provisions

Courts give wide breadth to individuals to enter into contracts in a voluntary fashion. Therefore, courts will usually hold the parties to the terms of the contract that they both willingly signed, absent certain rare exceptions. If the non-breaching party wants to enforce the contract, the court must be able to refer to clear provisions in order to effectuate the agreement as the parties intended.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_images-1_20160802-181514_1.jpgAlmost every private housing area as well as public ones prohibits undue, avoidable and excessive noise. For laws and ordinances that stipulate noise levels, law enforcement is allowed to give citations and tickets to those that violate these regulations.

Law enforcement is responsible for enforcing these laws when necessary, and tickets are to be paid within the designated time frame or offenders may face additional penalties. Each area is different based on roads, country, housing communities or city living. Each area has rules that may be reviewed at the local municipality.

Noise Explained

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b2ap3_thumbnail_growth-Real-Estate-Market.jpgTo receive a highly professional legal advice based on experience in Real Estate will be vital to make sure that the land you want to purchase for starting a real estate project (horizontal or vertical condominiums, houses, gated communities or commercial) is ideal and doesn’t have any kind of building restrictions.

With the ‘Due Diligence’ lawyers make ensure that the client’s investment is not at risk.

Before a person buys a land, it takes place a study related to legal and procedure aspects, that will allow to inform the person if the property he/she is considering to purchase for the real estate project is suitable for that business.

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Forming a limited liability company (LLC) for real estate investments has been a common practice in Florida for more than 30 years because an LLC can help investors protect their personal assets from any liabilities associated with their real estate investments.

Although some real estate investors may elect to rely solely on liability insurance to protect themselves from a potential lawsuit, there are some risks to this approach. Liability policies generally have exceptions and limits that do not wholly protect investors from litigation; an LLC’s protective power is typically broader and more beneficial.

Here are the advantages of forming an LLC for real estate investments:b2ap3_thumbnail_images-2.jpg 

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b2ap3_thumbnail_images-1.jpgReal estate agents occupy a position of trust. Quite often, they are involved in transactions that represent the largest monetary value that their clients have ever encountered. As such, real estate agents may be subject to a number of legal claims.

Fraud

One common claim made in this context is that of fraud. In most cases, fraud requires showing that the real estate agent had the intent to defraud, deceive or misrepresent facts to the detriment of the plaintiff. This may be affirmative action such as telling a lie, or it may be fraud by omitting certain information. Some states have laws or case law regarding a concept called constructive fraud, which is when the real estate agent gains an unfair advantage by using deceitful or unfair methods. Intent is not required in these cases.

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