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  • 28th April 2014 by APLaw, LLC

    The Basics of MECHANIC LIEN Laws

    Whether you are a contractor, engineer, architect, material supplier or subcontractor, filing proper notice to perfect your lien interest is essential to securing your rights to being paid in a timely fashion.  Trying to correct the error may be a costly mistake to you and your company.  APLaw, LLC offers very economical solutions to secure your rights to being paid.  Learn the basics of Florida Mechanic Lien Law with the help of our Firm. 

  • 28th April 2014 by APLaw, LLC

    HOA DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS CAN BE HELD PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS

    Florida Statute Section 720.305 (1)(C) states any director or officer of an association who willfully and knowingly fails to comply with "these provisions" may have an action brought against them.  These provisions mean FL Statute Chapter 720; the governing documents of the community, and the rules of the association. Taking preventive measures and having a quality legal team on your side can help prevent unneccesary litigation.

  • 28th April 2014by APLaw, LLC

    flat fee services

    APLaw, LLC offers some of its services (such as evictions and service as your registered agent)  at a flat fee price.  Feel free to contact us for additional information.

  • 29th April 2014by APLaw, LLC

    HOA have to Register

    Chapter 720.303, FS now requires homeowner associations to register online with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation at: www.myfloridalicense.com/hoa. This is a one-time registration requirement. If you have any questions regarding this requirement, please contact the Department of Business and Professional Regulation at 800-226-9101.