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Update on Federal and State Law Impacting Evictions and Foreclosures

Update on Federal and State Law Impacting Evictions

By: Michael C. Caborn, Esquire, Mya M. Hatchette, Esquire, and Lauren M. Reynolds, Esquire Update on Federal and State Law Impacting Evictions What landlords need to know in a nutshell: All residential evictions are suspended through October 1, 2020 in Florida. In certain circumstances, residential evictions are suspended through December 31, 2020.  Landlords may proceed … Read more

Q&A for Landlords: Keys to Surviving Tenant Bankruptcies

Q&A for Landlords: Keys to Surviving Tenant Bankruptcies

By: Ryan E. Davis, Heather S. Moraes, and Bradley M. Saxton How does a landlord best protect and shield itself from the economic turmoil of its tenants? The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had pronounced impacts on the retail industry, and likely will continue to affect retail for some time to come. Many retail tenants, for the … Read more

Florida Foreclosures and Evictions – Related to COVID-19 Emergency Measures

Florida Foreclosures and Evictions – Related to COVID-19 Emergency Measures

By: Michael C. Caborn and Richard B. Weinman Updated 4/6/2020 Evictions Under the Florida Supreme Court’s latest Administrative Order of April 6, 2020 (AOSC20-23) Writs of Possession, commonly used in eviction and foreclosure matters, will not be issued through the close of business on Friday, May 29, 2020. Many Judicial Circuits are issuing Orders suspending … Read more