Carol City Commercial Real Estate Lawyers

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Commercial Real Estate Law in Florida

In Carol City, Florida, "commercial real estate" is any type of land or building which is used for a business, as opposed to residential, purpose.

The laws covering commercial real estate in Carol City, Florida are quite different from those applying to residential real estate.

Buyers and renters of residential property enjoy some pretty substantial legal protections, because the law of most states presumes that shelter (being necessary to survive, for the most part) is more important than business. Therefore, many of these consumer protections don't apply to commercial real estate.

For example, commercial real estate typically isn't covered by rent control laws, nor does it carry with it an implied warranty of habitability (because people usually won't be living in it). Furthermore, it also doesn't come with a covenant of quiet enjoyment. However, some of the most basic legal protections (such as laws against fraud, and concealment of defects) apply in both the commercial and residential context.

Common Commercial Real Estate Law Issues in Carol City, Florida

Financing: The majority of small business owners in Carol City, Florida probably can't afford to buy much real estate outright, with cash paid up front, so most small business purchase commercial real estate with a mortgage. A mortgage is a loan taken out for the purpose of buying real estate, using that real estate as collateral for the loan.

Concealment of Defects: if the seller of commercial property acts to conceal a significant defect in the property, and then sells the property, he will be responsible for any harm this defect cause, as well as the reduced value of the property, or the cost of repair.

Duty to Inspect: Lest you believe that the duty to disclose defects relieves any duty of diligence on the part of the buyer, the law will not reward such lapses with a major cause of action. Buyers have a duty to conduct a reasonable inspection of the property before they buy it, typicallyy with a licensed building inspector. If the buyer fails to do this, they won't be able to recover any damages for defects which they could have discovered through a reasonable inspection.

Encumbrances: Undisclosed encumbrances are defects of another sort: defects of title. An encumbrance is any interest that a third party has in the Carol City, Florida commercial real estate. These typically take the form of easements, which are rights held by third parties to use the land for a specific purpose. Easements can have profound effects on how a new owner can use the land, so it is necessary to know about them before buying.

Can a Carol City, Florida Attorney Help?

The issues surrounding commercial real estate in Carol City, Florida can get fairly complex. Therefore, it's never a bad idea to have the assistance of an efficient commercial real estate attorney.

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Life in Carol City

Carol City is located in the Miami-Dade County of Florida. The city was first named "Coral City," and went through a name change in 2003 to Carol City.

Some popular attractions in Carol City include Wentworth Galleries, the Wallflower Gallery, My Jewish Discovery Place Children's Museum, Ziff Ballet Opera House The Arsht Center, Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District, Bakehouse Art Complex, the Holocaust Memorial, and the Daggerwing Nature Center.

Since Carol City is located in a metropolitan area of Florida, it is home to many businesses. Businesses naturally need legal counsel. Therefore, Carol City is located near many law firms, of all sizes, that train capable attorneys able to handle any of their legal needs.

Overall, Carol City guarantees a wonderful quality of life and plenty of legal counsel to those in need.

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