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Tag Archives: Florida Landlord-Tenant Disputes

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Florida Appeals Court Rules In Favor of Landlord: This Case Shows Why You Need a Well-Drafted Lease

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On August 8th, 2018, Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of a commercial landlord in a complex lease renewal dispute. In the case of Jahangiri v. 1830 North Bayshore, the appeals court declined to uphold a renewal clause included within a commercial rental agreement on the grounds that it was not… Read More »

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Airbnb Facing Illegal Sublease Lawsuit From Miami Landlord

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On July 11th, 2018, Bloomberg News reported that the Airbnb, the prominent online marketplace and hospitality services company, will not be able to avoid a Florida-based illegal sublease lawsuit from Aimco, a real estate investment trust (REIT) operating as a landlord in South Florida. Over the past several years, Airbnb has disrupted the property… Read More »

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Florida Landlord-Tenant Disputes: Constructive Evictions

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

A constructive eviction occurs when a landlord’s actions (or inactions) interfere with a tenant’s legal right to enjoy the use of property. If a tenant, either residential or commercial, can prove constructive eviction in court, then that tenant is legally entitled to terminate the lease and to seek damages in the form of financial… Read More »

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