Jonathan P. Cohen, P.A.
Call (954) 462-8850
Jonathan P. Cohen, P.A.
Call (954) 462-8850

500 East Broward Blvd., Suite 1710
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33394
Phone: (954) 462-8850
Fax: (954) 848-2987
info@jcohenpa.com

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Florida condominium laws
Task Force Proposes Changes to Florida’s Condominium Laws The collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida revealed a need for the Florida Condominium Act to be reviewed and updated. The law addresses the timing of inspections and the ability of condominium associations to waive reserves among other things. Following the collapse, the Florida Bar...
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Indemnification Clauses
In Florida, general contractors can face legal liability when their subcontractors perform shoddy work or when the general contractor’s own negligence is the cause of an owner’s loss. As a result, many general contractors include indemnification clauses in their contracts with their subcontractors in the event the property owner seek damages from the general contractor....
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price escalation clauses
Rising material costs can negatively impact construction projects and result in lost profits and other problems. Volatility in the market can also result in delays and cause potential harm to a contractor’s reputation. One thing that contractors should consider when drafting contracts is to include a price escalation clause in their contracts. Florida construction lawyer...
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private building inspectors
Are you tired of waiting for plan reviews and building inspections? Maybe it’s time to consider a private provider. There are multiple advantages to hiring private providers for plan reviews and building inspections for construction projects, including speeding up the process and accountability when things go wrong. Florida construction lawyer Jonathan P. Cohen, Esq. helps...
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Florida lien attorney
The information provided in this article does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. The content in this article is available for general informational purposes only. Help from a  Florida Lien Attorney Florida’s construction lien law provisions provide a way for architects, contractors, suppliers, and subcontractors to place liens against real property so...
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surety transfer
The information provided in this article does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. The content in this article is available for general informational purposes only. Can a surety transfer a lawsuit to a venue referenced in a subcontract not incorporated into the bond? The answer is no. Attached is a June 2021...
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Florida Lien Deadlines
The information provided in this article does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. The content in this article is available for general informational purposes only. Florida’s lien law provides protection to contractors, subcontractors, sub-subcontractors, suppliers, and others who furnish labor, services or materials for construction projects. Liens help unpaid persons secure payment...
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Florida lien lawyer
The information provided in this article does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. The content in this article is available for general informational purposes only. When a contractor is not paid for his or her work, he or she can file a lien against the property improved. Liening property is a powerful...
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Florida property lien lawyer
The information provided in this article does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. The content in this article is available for general informational purposes only. In need of a Florida Property Lien Lawyer? Florida contractors that perform work that improve real property sometimes run into problems collecting what they are owed. Contractors...
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