Boundary and Property Line Disputes in Florida

Most property owners consider their home and land as their most valuable asset, so it is important for them to have a clear distinction on where their property ends and the next one begins. Boundary disputes can result when there is confusion between neighbors about where property lines really are.   Many homeowners have never […]

The Most Common Real Estate Disputes Handled by a Fort Lauderdale Real Property Litigation Attorney – Part 1 of 2

Both commercial and residential real estate disputes are quite common and sometimes inevitable. If you find yourself in any type of real estate dispute, you will want a Fort Lauderdale real property litigation attorney with experience in dispute resolution and a deep understanding of the litigation process to advise you. Real estate disputes are not […]

Compelled Arbitration of Dispute between Homeowners Associations Upheld

In Ibis Lakes Homeowners Ass'n, Inc. v. Ibis Isle Homeowners Ass'n, Inc., 4D12-1273 (Fla. 4th DCA, Dec. 12, 2012), Ibis Lakes Homeowners Association, Inc. (“Plaintiff”) sought review of a non-final order of the trial court granting Ibis Isle Homeowners Association, Inc.’s (“Defendant”) motion to compel arbitration. The Plaintiff and the Defendant, adjoining homeowner's associations located […]

Alternative Dispute Resolution: Arbitration

With the rising popularity of alternative dispute resolution, more contractual agreements are including mandatory arbitration clauses. In response, courts have put arbitration clauses under the microscope, making the drafting and review of arbitration clauses and the contracts that contain them even more significant. A good example of the of where the court has given an […]