Florida Real Estate Litigation Attorneys
South Florida can be regarded as the epicenter of the seismic collapse of real estate values that has characterized the American economy for several years since 2008. As a result, sellers, lenders, landlords, developers should all expect to share with property owners the widespread losses endemic in our region’s commercial real estate sales and leasing markets. How much of that loss a party can fairly be expected to assume represents the central issue in many real estate disputes and lawsuits.
Dispute Resolution in Commercial Property Sales, Construction and Financing
We advise and represent clients ranging from closely held corporations and LLCs to Fortune 500 companies. We also serve as local counsel and trial counsel for clients around the United States and overseas when their Florida real estate interests need protection.
Examples of the kinds of cases we handle include:
- • Commercial landlord-tenant disputes
- • Lease audit litigation, typically initiated by business tenants
- • Commercial mortgage foreclosure
- • Construction contract litigation, including enforcement of construction liens
- • Construction defect and warranty litigation
- • Mortgage and construction financing disputes, including those involving successors to banks closed by the FDIC
- • Fraud in real estate or mortgage transactions
- • Real estate, construction, insurance or corporate litigation involving condominium or homeowner associations
- • Real property disputes related to the purchase or sale of a business
- • Title disputes involving easements, boundaries, slander of title, partition or unsatisfied judgment or tax liens
- • Real estate actions involving a trust or decedent’s estate
Our Florida real estate litigation attorneys understand the subtleties of real property law, the practical and documentary details of complex transactions, and the challenges of presenting our client’s story clearly and persuasively in settlement negotiations and in court. Many of the cases we handle involve additional complications in the form of fraud allegations, disagreements within corporate or partnership groups, or probate court jurisdiction over property owned by a trust or decedent’s estate.
Construction Litigation Attorneys:
For additional information about our experience with real estate or construction litigation of all kinds, at any scale or of any degree of complexity, contact Grumer & Macaluso, P.A., in Fort Lauderdale.