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No April Fools! Avoiding Surprises While Navigating a Subrogation Claim

April Fools’ Day has us all on the lookout for pranks, however it is never fun to be surprised when managing a subrogation claim. While there are endless pitfalls that could be waiting behind every door, there are some surprises for which you can be on the look-out. Here are a few potential issues to […]

There was an Easement Around Here Somewhere

Easements, what are they and how does Florida law categorize them? An easement generally provides the right to use another person’s land for a specific purpose. It is a nonpossessory interest, as it is only the “use” of the land, and not the ownership of the land. If the original purpose of the easement has […]

Implications of Senate Bill 154 on Milestone Inspections

On June 24, 2021, at about 1:20 a.m., a 12-story beachfront condominium in Surfside, FL, Champlain Tower South, partially collapsed. 98 souls perished. In response, lawmakers have since passed laws to try and stop it from happening again. Senate Bill 154 is an amendment to Florida Statute §553.899, which was enacted in response to the […]