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TO QUIET TITLE OR NOT TO QUIET TITLE?

A quiet title action is an action filed in court to remove some “cloud” or defect on the title to real property. The defect can be a mortgage lien or judgment against the title that is no ...
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Starting the Eviction Process

Many people want to start the eviction process, but not everyone understands what situations can make this a possibility. In some cases, evictions are necessary--though in some unlucky instances, ...
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The Basics of Eviction for Landlords

I receive several calls a month from potential client’s seeking to start an eviction process who are slightly misunderstood as to what situations would give rise to the right to seek eviction in ...
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What Are My Rights as a Tenant?

The relationship between landlords and tenants can be difficult if not all rights and responsibilities are being adhered to by both parties. Florida is one of the most populated states in the U.S., ...
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Understanding the Basics of Quiet Titles in Real Estate Law

When you purchase a new piece of real estate, home, or other type of property, ideally the title to that property will be entirely clean and ready for whatever you have planned in the future. In ...
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Foreigners Holding U.S. Property & The Need for Incorporation & Trust Work

Foreign investors can stand to make a decent profit and a strong reputation through holding or renting property in the United States — but only if legal obstacles and challenges are understood ...
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Why Do I Need Title Insurance?

If you have been shopping around the real estate market in your area for a new home, at one point or another, someone has probably told you that you need title insurance. Even if you are just poking ...
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Should I Have an Attorney Help with My Real Estate Closing?

Are you thinking of buying or selling a home, business, or another piece of real property? You surely understand that it is far more complicated than buying or selling smaller commercial goods, like ...
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Real Estate Law FAQ: How Much Do Closings Cost?

Whenever you complete a real estate transaction, you will generate what is known as closing costs, or the price of actually transferring the title of a piece of property from one party to another, as ...
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