Florida real estate is lucrative and complex. When developers are seeking to build, expand or reconstruct a property, there are often concerns on the part of current residents of the specific area where the work is to take place. Construction disputes, disagreements over how the sale is handled, reluctance over the role of the state government and more can result in the need for real estate litigation. For people who are embroiled in this situation, a law firm that handles cases related to real estate can help.
Millions of Americans live in neighborhoods or other locations where they must be a member of a homeowner's association - and pay dues to belong to the HOA. Florida is not immune to the presence of these organizations and, for the most part, many people are willing to pay their dues in order to provide for the maintenance of common areas, landscaping throughout the neighborhood and even community-use pools. However, it is not uncommon for homeowners to, at times, be at odds with the rules and regulations established by an HOA. When a dispute with an HOA occurs, real estate litigation may be necessary, even if it is a last-ditch option.
There are a variety of reasons your neighbor might decide to put a fence up. Many of these reasons are perfectly legitimate. But, what if you think the only reason your neighbor is putting up a fence is to make it harder for you to fully enjoy your property?