Florida Property Disputes

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Florida Property Dispute Help

Russell Law and Patrick Russell, Esq., a Florida Real Estate lawyer, are available to assist you with Florida real property disputes.  Russell Law can analyze a real property dispute and the factual circumstances for the controversy. This office will conduct a review of all agreements, ordinances, or deed restrictions at issue. If needed, Patrick Russell, Esq. will represent you for any administrative hearings or Court proceedings.

Florida Property Dispute Cases

There are times when owners of property will have disputes over the use of land with other neighboring landowners, a condominium or homeowner's association, or a governmental entity. If you should become involved in a real property dispute or receive a notice of violation from a government agency or code enforcement board, you are advised to immediately secure the services of a lawyer for help.

Most real property disputes involve claims that certain uses of the property are prohibited or restricted. The restrictions for the use of real property are usually proscribed in a local ordinance, zoning regulations, deed restrictions, or the rules and regulations of a homeowner's association. Restrictive uses may prohibit the parking of a recreational vehicle upon the property, building a shed, or installing a satellite dish. Other restrictions are based on style or decor and may prohibit the use of certain colors for paint, style of roof tile, or the type of driveway you may have. In all instances, the restriction itself should be reviewed to ensure that it was properly recorded and is being properly enforced.

Florida Property Dispute Lawyer Benefits

Russell Law and Patrick Russell, Esq., a Miami Real Estate lawyer , will review all relevant documents, deeds, title reports, restrictive covenants, easements, and association documents to analyze the property dispute.  We will advise you as to what your rights and obligations are and if needed, represent your interests in Court or before an association board meeting or governmental entity.  Likewise, if you feel  that a neighbor is violating the proper use of his/her property, Russell Law can review the case and take appropriate action to ensure that the neighbor complies with all applicable rules, ordinances and restrictions for the property.

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