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Monthly Archives: January 2021


Florida Appeals Court Holds Tampa Violated State Redevelopment Laws By Offering Building Without Public Notice or Bidding

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Florida law authorizes local governments to designate “Community Redevelopment Areas” (CRAs) when certain conditions exist. The local government appoints a Community Redevelopment Agency to oversee the CRA, which in turn is responsible for developing and implementing a redevelopment plan for the area. If the local government subsequently wants to dispose of any real estate… Read More »

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Is Your Liquidated Damages Clause Enforceable Under Florida Construction Law?

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Florida construction contracts encompass numerous provisions, from the basic payment terms conditions and scope of work to specific conditions and the schedule to which the parties agree. While any section can be vague or confusing, it is the liquidated damages clauses that quite often lead to conflicts and disputes. This is due to the… Read More »

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Seek Legal Advice Early to Resolve Florida Construction Disputes

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

A Florida construction project involves numerous steps and requires multiple parties to achieve the end result, including contractors, subcontractors, property owners, and other stakeholders. As a result of these various stages and interconnected relationships, it is possible – and even probable – that disputes will arise over the details. As a contractor, your natural… Read More »

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