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Monthly Archives: March 2021


5 Ways a Mechanic’s Lien Ensures You Get Paid

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Any business owner may encounter hassles in getting paid for the services or products provided to another company, and these disputes often end up in breach of contract litigation. However, if you work in the Florida construction industry, you have an edge under state law: The statute on construction liens outlines a process through… Read More »

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Florida Appeals Court: Insurance Company Cannot Hide Behind Homestead Exemption to Avoid Contractor Lawsuits

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Florida provides homeowners with some of the strongest creditor protections in the country. The Florida Constitution itself contains a homestead exemption, which prohibits the forced sale of a person’s primary residence in order to satisfy a debt or creditor judgment. There is, however, a critical exception for “obligations contracted for the purchase, improvement or… Read More »

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4 Construction Defects That Derail Florida Contractors

By Linkhorst & Hockin, P.A. |

Whether your project is big or small, residential or commercial, or for a person or entity, there is a good chance that you will face allegations of a construction defect at some point. For Florida contractors, customer concerns and complaints are just a part of doing business. Still, while there are many construction defect… Read More »

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