Linda W.

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Member Since: August 15, 2023
West Palm Beach, FL

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$350
State License
FL
Years Practicing
40
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11 Questions Answered / 4 Recent Answers
June 7, 2024
A: Yes, you can. Then after the landlord has a certain period time to cure if he does not cure, you’re able to take several including vacating premises.
January 19, 2024
A: Your questions are certainly valid and you are entitled to answers. And you should receive the information before you sign a settlement agreement. Some of the terms of which should be included in the settlement agreement, such as if there are any other fees or costs associated with the settlement.
December 8, 2023
A: If the lease does not indicate in writing that it is assignable, without any legal implications, you would need the permission of the landlord/owner. And if agreeable, then they would need to be an assignment of lease.
October 10, 2023
A: Either the seller or the buyer can prepare a purchase agreement. Like any contract, it can be a standard document that one party uses in the normal course of business or it can be the end result of back-and-forth negotiations. Most often, the buyer's real estate agent will write up and prepare the purchase agreement for a house. Note that agents (not being practicing attorneys themselves) can't create their own contracts. In Florida commonly the parties utilize the Florida Realtors/FloridaBar-ASIS-6 Rev. 10/21/2021. That is an example of a approved form.