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Real Estate Law

The commercial real estate market, not unlike the single-family housing and residential markets, is subject to cyclical trends. Individuals are no longer buying property, but rather renting it based on their needs and goals. Therefore, leasing contracts or rental agreements are being signed every minute, which increases the chances of potential conflict between parties.

Some of the areas where Landlord-Tenant litigation is prevalent are as follows:

Types of Real Estate Law Cases

Landlord-Tenant litigation involves disputes and lawsuits that emerge when the rental agreement is compromised by one of the parties involved. At SAADE LAW, our landlord-tenant attorneys can help you determine the viability of your cases or the cases brought against you.

Real Estate Law cases

Breach of Contract

A breach of contract occurs when one party in this contract fails to meet one or more of the aforementioned elements.

Overview

Examples of a breach of contract include not paying the agree amount on time, as well as failure to follow the specified terms of contract.

How SAADE LAw Can HELP

Under Florida law, a written contract is made when the following three elements are met: (1) An offer by a party to another; (2) the acceptance of the offer; and (3) consideration is exchanged between the parties. At The Saade Law Firm, we can help you determine the viability of your case or the case brought against you.

Real Estate Law cases

Easements

An easement refers to the legal right that a person or business entity has to use another person's property according for a specified purpose and with detailed restrictions. However, the owner of the property retains ownership of the property subject to the easement and control of said property.

Overview

It is imperative for the person(s) or business entity who is/are granted an easement to know that if the subject property is leased or rented to a third-party, as this may impact their rights and provoke litigation.

HOW SAADE LAW CAN HELP

At The Saade Law Firm, we can help assist with both Access and Utility easements.

Real Estate Law cases

Code Violations

A code violation occurs when a code enforcement officer finds that the bare standards of a property are not met. These standards are based on the safety, health, sanitization, and sustainability. 

Overview

Examples of code violations include:

  • Misplaced fire alarms and signs
  • Electrical malfunction
  • Open to the public
  • Immoderate trash/debris on property

HOW SAADE LAW CAN HELP

At SAADE LAW, our landlord-tenant attorneys can help you determine the viability of your cases or the cases brought against you.

Real Estate Law cases

Quite Title Actions

Quite title actions do not provide financial rewards nor cover for property damages to the individual filing the lawsuit. This claim will define and provide a property tittle to the owner of the land.

Overview

Quite title actions do not provide financial rewards nor cover for property damages to the individual filing the lawsuit. This claim will define and provide a property tittle to the owner of the land.

HOW SAADE LAW CAN HELP

At SAADE LAW, our landlord-tenant attorneys can help you determine the viability of your cases or the cases brought against you.

Real Estate Law cases

Quite Title Actions

Quite title actions do not provide financial rewards nor cover for property damages to the individual filing the lawsuit. This claim will define and provide a property tittle to the owner of the land.

Overview

Quite title actions do not provide financial rewards nor cover for property damages to the individual filing the lawsuit. This claim will define and provide a property tittle to the owner of the land.

HOW SAADE LAW CAN HELP

At SAADE LAW, our landlord-tenant attorneys can help you determine the viability of your cases or the cases brought against you.

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