Law Office of Frank J. Morelli, Esq. Has Been Serving Clients With Distinction Since 1970.
Frank has been trial judge and has many years of distinguished experience representing clients throughout Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and California in a variety of legal matters. We don't run billboards along the highway because our practice depends upon personal relationships and recommendations. Frank began his legal career with a Wall Street law firm. He brings extensive experience and professionalism to every case, and will approach your case to suit your individual needs and concerns.
Call me personally and chat to set up a no cost no obligation consultation with me at your home or my home office, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page for your FREE NO OBLIGATION REVIEW. Sincerely, Frank
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PERDIDO KEY PENSACOLA
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ONDOMINIUM & homeowners associations
- REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS
- ZONING & PLANNING
- SPECIAL USE PERMITS
- SIGN PERMITS
- RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE PURCHASER REPRESENTATION
- COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE PURCHASER REPRESENTATION
BUYING A CONDOMINIUM?
You will need to know what restrictions limit your use and enjoyment. Real estate agents use a form of contract that is strictly limited by the Florida Bar Association. But when you by a condominium it involves much more than you might expect. Before you sign the contract to purchase allow us to guide you through the process. You need to know your rights and obligation.
For example you may not be able to rent your condo or be limited to weekly or monthly rentals. Very often this is the case and you will need legal advice to know your rights. What if the condominium sets the minimum sales price you can ask for you condo, or tries to set minimum rental rates you can charge your tenants? Often the association will charge a fee to “approve” a new owner or tenant. Some limitations are permitted and others can be challenged as illegal attempts to govern your private property. Know before you buy. Avoid future headaches.
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