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The relationships between landlords and tenants of properties can involve complex issues. At NeJame Law, we are dedicated to representing landlords and tenants in landlord law, which can range from drafting and reviewing of contracts to filing or defending commercial evictions or disputes.

If you are a landlord dealing with tenants who are not paying their rent, you are in a difficult and stressful situation. Our firm can help you understand your legal rights and take proper steps to recover the money you are due. Often, if a business is going under, the rent is the first thing the tenant is unable to pay. Even though your tenant may be in an unfortunate situation, you are still entitled to the money that is contractually owed you.

To ensure that your rights are protected when you rent a property for commercial purposes, it is important to have a lease agreement that covers all potential circumstances. We have the knowledge and experience with Florida law to help you review a lease. If you are drafting, negotiating, or signing a lease, we can help you understand the obligations created by the document or include the necessary precautions before you are confronted by unexpected surprises.

The NeJame law firm can help you find efficient, cost-effective means of resolving, or simply understanding, your legal issues.

 

We handle a variety
of cases involving:

  • 1031 Exchanges

    A reverse exchange happens when the new replacement property is found before the sale of the relinquished property. Reverse exchanges are complex and it is important to consult with a 1031 exchange attorney. MORE

  • Assignments of Rent, Leases, & Profits

    Assignments of Rents, Leases and Profits are common in Commercial Real Estate Transactions.  An Assignment of Rents, Leases and Profits is a document that transfers a lender’s rights to any revenue from a property over to another lender.   MORE

  • Bankruptcy

    Bankruptcy law includes a “Means Test”, which is a complex formula of income vs. expenses. This test will help determine if you qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, or if you should pursue a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  MORE

  • Commercial Real Estate Development

    NeJame Law has been involved in all phases of commercial business development. From the initial identification of the commercial real property to the sale, NeJame Law assists developers in all legal aspects of commercial development.  MORE

  • Commercial Sales

    Commercial real estate usually refers to business property.  Examples of commercial real estate are office buildings, shopping plazas, apartment complexes and other property that is owned for the purpose of producing income. MORE

  • Escrow Services

    Large transactions usually require the services of an Escrow Agent.  At NeJame Law, we provide escrow services for your real estate transaction.  We can help draft your escrow agreement and can also hold property in trust. MORE

  • Homeowners & Condominium Associations

    A homeowner or condominium association is a governing body that collects monthly dues from home or condominium owners and then uses a portion of those dues to insure or repair common areas within the condominium complex or neighborhood. MORE

  • Landlord Law

    The relationships between landlords and tenants of properties can involve complex issues. At NeJame Law, P.A., we are dedicated to representing landlords  in landlord/tenant law, which can range from drafting and reviewing of contracts to filing or defending commercial evictions or disputes. MORE

  • Liens

    A lien is a legal right or interest that gives a creditor a right to possess property of another person until that person pays a debt that they owe. MORE

  • Loan Agreements

    Commonly referred to as the “note”, a promissory note is actual evidence of a primary mortgage obligation. As the name suggests, it is a promise to pay a certain sum of money.  MORE

  • Mergers & Acquisitions

    Mergers and Acquisition consists of laws affecting the purchase of one company by another (an acquisition), or combining two companies into a new entity (a merger). A merger occurs when two companies join together and one new company continues to exist.  MORE

  • Mortgages

    A mortgage is an incident of a promissory note.  A mortgage will state the mortgagor (borrower) and the mortgagee (lender).  The mortgage will say that the mortgagor is indebted to the mortgagee for a certain amount of money and the loan will be secured by a piece of property.  MORE

  • Powers of Attorney

    A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone “power” or authority to make decisions or take action on behalf of another person.  The person that makes the power of attorney is called the principal and the person that is give the “power” or authority is called the agent.  MORE

  • Promissory Notes

    Commonly referred to as the “note”, a promissory note is actual evidence of a primary mortgage obligation. As the name suggests, it is a promise to pay a certain sum of money.  MORE

  • Quiet Title Actions

    Quiet Title Actions are governed by Florida Statute 65.021.  A Quiet Title Action is a lawsuit brought in Circuit Court to remove, or “quiet” any and all “clouds”, claims or challenges on your title to certain real property. MORE

  • Quit Claim Deeds

    A quit claim deed is a quick and simple transfer of a property owner’s interest in property to another person. MORE

  • Real Estate Closing Services

    The purchase or sale of a home is often one of the largest transactions an individual and/or family will make in their lifetime. From contract to closing, there are numerous decisions to make. For example, a Seller is required to make certain Disclosures to the MORE

  • Real Estate Property Law

    Property law is a vast field of law related to the buying, using and selling of real property. Much property law is related to assessing the rights between landlords and tenants, between owners and mortgage holders and between people and governments. MORE

  • Residential Sales

    You have probably heard it a thousand times, “the purchase of your home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make.”  This is a very true statement and because the purchase of your home will be one of your biggest investments, you want to be well informed and make good decisions from the time you start the process all the way through closing. MORE

  • Title Insurance

    Title insurance is a form of indemnity insurance which insures the policy holder against financial losses associated with title defects, invalidity or unenforceability of mortgage liens, closing errors, etc. on real property. MORE

  • Timeshare Sale & Transfers

    Have you inherited a timeshare unit in Florida?  Are you looking to buy or sell a timeshare unit in Florida? MORE

 

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Orlando, Florida 32801

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