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Monthly Archives: April 2019



By Sweeney Law, PA |

Below is a general scenario/discussion that happens way too often in construction projects throughout Florida: Owner to Contractor: You are fired, you no longer can work on this project at all. Pickup all of your equipment and leave ASAP. Contractor to Owner: You can’t do this to me, I have an agreement with you,… Read More »

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The demand for Florida real estate will probably never cease, as long as there is sunshine, sand, water, and theme parks, individuals from all over the world will be coming to Florida on a vacation/holiday basis. With the advent of websites like vacation by owner, AirBnB, and companies that specialize in managing short-term vacation… Read More »

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Three Instances in a Construction Project Where Legal Input is Invaluable

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Seasoned general contractors who often run construction projects can become desensitized to the legalities of the construction process. Much of construction is legal given the costliness, time investment, and permanence of the business. The end user is always a human being whose safety and health should be ensured. The legalistic nature of construction projects… Read More »

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OSHP: Ensuring Worker Safety on Florida’s Construction Sites

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General contractors in Florida are required to follow two regulating bodies when it comes to workplace health and safety standards.  The Occupational Health and Safety Administration, also known as OSHA, is the federal regulating body that sets standards and ensures that employers are protecting their employees (i.e., construction workers) from workplace hazards.  However, state-based… Read More »

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Avoid These Mistakes When Filing a Mechanic’s Lien

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Florida law permits general contractors, laborers, subcontractors, and suppliers to claim interest in a property they have worked on, but have failed to receive due payment.  A mechanic lien places a security interest on the property for the payment owed.  That interest may be acquired to recuperate the payment for the work performed or… Read More »

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For over a hundred years entities and people have been investing in Florida real estate. From land speculators that purchase hundreds of acres of land at a clip and sit on them, to snow birds with one-bedroom beach or golf and tennis condominiums, there is and has always been and will always be a… Read More »

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