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Tag Archives: Miami Landlord-Tenant Litigation

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Miami Beach Landlord Sued Over Maintenance Issues

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from the Daily Business Review, a Miami landlord is facing a lawsuit from two of his former tenants who are alleging that the landlord neglect forced them to deal with a large number of costly maintenance issues. In this article, our experienced Miami landlord tenant dispute lawyers explain the allegations being… Read More »

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Landlord Rights: Can You Stop a Commercial Tenant From ‘Going Dark’?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

For landlords renting out multiple, related commercial properties, each of their tenants will affect one another. If one of your commercial tenants is failing, it could potentially cause strain on your relationship with all of your other nearby commercial tenants. This is something that must be considered and avoided. The most straightforward example of… Read More »

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How Should a Landlord Respond When a Commercial Tenant is Facing Financial Distress?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Recently, The Real Deal, a prominent South Florida real estate magazine, reported on the financial struggles of mall retailers in the state. In a trend that has been seen throughout the country, traditional mall retailers are having a hard time in this economic environment. Malls are facing fierce competition from online retailers and renewed… Read More »

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Landlord Rights Watch: Proposed Florida Bill Would Make Negligent Maintenance a Crime

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Under Florida law, landlords owe several legal obligations to their tenants. For example, landlords are required to follow certain building and health codes; they are also required to ensure that their premises are free from unreasonable safety hazards and properly maintained. If a residential or commercial landlord fails to live up to these obligations,… Read More »

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