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How Do Florida’s Pot Laws Affect Leases?

January 5, 2018

Clarity for Fort Lauderdale & Hollywood Landlords and Tenants Florida recently became one of more than 20 states to approve its own local medical marijuana program. With the new medical marijuana law coming into effect this year, landlords may be wondering how medical marijuana will affect their interactions with tenants. read more...

Can You File a Lien on Lease Property?

December 20, 2017

When one works on leased property, they may only they be able to lien the leasehold interest in some circumstances. The mechanic’s lien law, F.S. 713.10, allows a landlord to protect his property from liens from lessee’s construction by following a two-step process: One, having a provision in his lease read more...

Can Commercial Leases be Terminated?

September 12, 2017

Update, January 5, 2018: Florida’s new marijuana laws have raised many questions among landlords and tenants. Lease lawyer David S. Tupler addresses some of the biggest concerns in this blog. In Florida, a commercial lease may be legally “broken” or prematurely terminated by a Broward County landlord or a tenant read more...

When is a Commercial Lease Binding?

March 8, 2017

Commercial and residential leases have major differences, one of which is Florida’s consumer protection laws. Privacy laws, security deposits and the same uniformity of other tenants’ leases are also not necessarily connected to a commercial lease. There are many reasons why comprehensive review by a Fort Lauderdale lease dispute attorney read more...