Many Florida consumers shop at Target. It is logical to assume that most people who do would consider it a department store. However, there are real estate disputes currently ongoing in another state where that assumption has been questioned and, in fact, legally rejected.
Many Florida homeowners have large trees in their front yards. Whether they can fell such trees at their own discretion depends on whether city ordinances or homeowner association regulations apply in a particular situation. A couple in another state is currently involved in real estate disputes regarding two 40-foot tall trees on their property.
Florida property owners often run into problems regarding their business dealings. Some real estate disputes are not all that complex; in fact, those involved can sometimes rectify problem issues on their own. Other cases, however, may require additional guidance and support, especially when numerous parties are involved and it is not perfectly clear how certain events unfolded.
There are many old buildings in Florida that will likely be demolished before 2019 ends. As with many other demolition projects across the country, it is common for real estate developers to construct new buildings and housing developments on such sites. In fact, that is what was scheduled to occur at the site of an old hospital building in another state. However, real estate disputes have prompted serious delays in the project's completion.
Florida property owners often encounter various legal issues. Whether they own private homes or commercial properties, any number of issues can arise with neighboring property owners, local government officials or others, such as tenants if a property owner is also a landlord. It is essential to know what options are available to find the fairest, most agreeable solutions to any real estate disputes in as swift and economically feasible a fashion as possible.
Many Florida residents belong to homeowners associations. It is not uncommon for real estate disputes to arise between association officials and homeowners. Such disagreements often involve disputes regarding dues or alleged mismanagement of funds.
Of the tens of thousands of immigrants who come to Florida to live, many share the common goal of wanting to become U.S. citizens. Obtaining citizenship is an extensive process that includes numerous requirements that must be fulfilled. One such requirement pertains to immigrants who are married to spouses who are already citizens.
Eminent domain refers to the government (federal or state) having the right to take private property for public use upon payment of just compensation to the property owner. Florida real estate disputes often erupt when state laws are misunderstood or when parties disagree about property lines or other related issues. While state laws vary, many states prohibit certain properties from being taken, such as cemeteries.
Many Florida properties have fences. They come in various shapes and sizes. In some neighborhoods, there are regulations regarding how tall a fence can be. When real estate disputes erupt between neighbors, it is often because of property line problems, such as extending tree limbs or fence issues.
Former center fielder for the Mets, Lenny Dykstra, is knee-deep in legal trouble regarding a property sale. The current situation is apparently only one of many legal problems he has faced in recent years. Right now, he is accused of wrongdoing regarding real estate disputes. While the plaintiffs in a lawsuit have not named him as a defendant, he is at the center of the controversy that is being battled out in court. There may be Florida residents currently trying to resolve similar property issues.