Real Estate Brokers Errors and Omissions Liability

Real Estate Brokers Errors and Omissions Liability

The firm has knowledge and experience in defending Real Estate Brokers and Agents in all aspects of real estate matters including, but not limited to fraudulent and negligent non-disclosure cases, breach of fiduciary cases, and complex real estate transaction litigation. The firm has handled the defense of commercial real estate transactions and residential real estate transactions. The firm continues to represent national real estate firms such as Re/Max, Prudential, Century 21, and many others throughout the state. 
 
 The firm’s strategic locations in Broward, Palm Beach, and Martin Counties, allow the firm to provide personal service throughout South Florida. The firm has developed a network of real estate related experts which assist the firm and allows the firm to represent realtors successfully throughout South Florida.

Key Florida Statutes relied upon in Real Estate Brokers Errors and Omissions Liability

Appraisers

475.610

Commercial Real Estate Sales Commission Lien Act

475.700

Commercial Real Estate Leasing Commission Lien Act

475.800

Condominiums

Chapter 718

Cooperatives

Chapter 719

Homeowner's Associations

Chapter 720 

Homestead and Exemptions

Chapter 222

Liens

Chapter 713

Real Estate Brokers, Sales Associates and Schools

475.001

Real Property Conveyances

Chapter 689 

Regulation of Profession

Chapter 455

Resourceful Web Links for Real Estate Brokers Errors and Omissions Liability


Department of Business and Professional Regulation - Real Estate
 
Florida Statewide Public Record Search
 
Search public filings relating to real property, including but not limited to, Deeds, Declarations for Condominiums, Easements, Liens, Lis Pendens, and Mortgages
 
Broward County Property Appraiser
 
Martin County Property Appraiser
 
Miami-Dade County Property Appraiser
 
West Palm Beach Property Appraiser 

*Disclaimer: This information is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail.