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Adverse Possession in Florida

By Larry E. Bray |

For you to lose your land, you would have to sell it or have the bank foreclose on it. Or so you think. The truth is that an uncommon area of law enables others to take over your land and eventually legally claim it as their own. This is known as adverse possession. If… Read More »


Filing a Lawsuit for Partition in Florida

By Larry E. Bray |

Property is often owned by two or more individuals. Sometimes this is by choice; a committed couple buys a home together or life-long friends go in on a house in an expensive real estate market. Other times co-ownership arises from other circumstances, such as siblings inheriting their parent’s home or a parcel of land…. Read More »


Environmental Inspections for Commercial Real Estate

By Larry E. Bray |

If you intend to buy commercial property, the last thing you want is to become liable for an environmental issue years down the road. Waiting on and paying for an environmental site assessment (ESA) of a piece of property may seem like an inconvenience. However, Phase I ESA is your basic due diligence when… Read More »


Understanding a Florida Quitclaim Deed

By Larry E. Bray |

Property can be transferred in a number of ways – not just through being bought and sold. As the property owner, you have the right to give it away or exchange it for other property. To transfer your property quickly and efficiently, you may use a quitclaim deed in Florida. If you are interested… Read More »


Real Estate Developers Benefit From Partnering With an Experienced Real Estate Attorney

By Larry E. Bray |

As a real estate developer, you deal with local, state, and federal laws all of the time. You must comply with all relevant regulations during the purchase, construction, leasing, and sale processes, including local land use ordinances and state environmental regulations – just to name a few. While you may understand a great deal… Read More »


Developing Commercial Real Estate: Fitting in With the Comprehensive Plan

By Larry E. Bray |

When you intend to develop commercial properties in West Palm Beach, you need a thorough understanding of the city’s zoning and land use regulations. Each property must adhere to its zone’s requirements or obtain a special use permit. However, in addition to these rules, all developments must also fit within the city’s comprehensive plan,… Read More »

Completing Your Due Diligence on a Commercial Real Estate Transaction

By Larry E. Bray |

When you intend to move forward with a commercial real estate purchase, there are many steps you need to complete before you own the property. While many steps are legally necessary, others are simply smart business practices. Performing your due diligence is the best way to ensure you buy a property you truly want… Read More »

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