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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Second Florida contractors license
Qualifying for a Second Florida Contractors License Florida contractors are required to get licenses before they will be legally authorized to perform work in the state. A contractor’s license is issued to an individual instead of a business. before a business can contract to engage in construction projects, it must be qualified by a licensed...
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Contractor's License in Florida
Help with a Contractor’s License in Florida To work as a contractor in Florida, you must first obtain a contractor’s license. The requirements for securing a contractor’s license in the state are outlined by the Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) and the Florida Statutes. The requirements vary based on the type of license you need...
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Contractors and Preferential Payments
Contractors and Preferential Payments Florida construction companies contend with numerous risks. One of the risks they face when working on projects with multiple parties involved is that one might file for bankruptcy. If a party makes a payment to your company within 90 days of filing for bankruptcy, you might receive a notice from the...
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Bankruptcy and Construction Contracts
Bankruptcy and Construction Contracts Companies that have been involved in the construction industry for a long time understand that construction involves substantial risks. Changes in the economy and other factors sometimes lead to a party involved in a project filing for bankruptcy protection before the contract is completed. If you are involved in construction, it...
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Florida contractor license suspension
How to Deal with a Florida Contractor License Suspension The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations regulates and licenses individuals and businesses as contractors and other types of professionals. Nearly all contractors are required to obtain licenses before they can perform work on construction projects. Unlicensed contractors can be charged with first-degree misdemeanors carrying...
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Are You Experiencing Unreasonable? It can be very frustrating for homeowners who hire contractors and pay them a percentage upfront when the contractors fail to start the work or obtain the necessary permits on time. Home renovation and improvement projects require contractors to expend both time and effort, and homeowners also devote a significant amount...
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Fails to Perform
Contractor Not Performing? Get Help from an Experienced Fort Lauderdale Construction Lawyer Property owners that hire contractors to perform work on projects sometimes pay money upfront for the job, only for the contractors to fail to perform the work. When that occurs, the property owner might pursue legal remedies by filing a breach of contract...
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subcontractor license lawyer
Both contractors and subcontractors in Florida must comply with all local and state licensing requirements. Unlicensed contractors are prohibited from entering into contracts that call for them to perform work that requires licensure under the law. A subcontractor license lawyer at the law firm of Jonathan P. Cohen, P.A. can help you understand your licensing...
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Fort Lauderdale Construction Defect Lawyer
Get Help From a Fort Lauderdale Construction Defect Lawyer Construction defects can have a major, negative impact on the value of homes and cause the owners to suffer substantial financial losses. Homeowners currently have the right to file claims against construction companies within four years for patent defects (ones that are obvious) and within 10...
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Fort Lauderdale building permits
Get Help from a Fort Lauderdale Building Permit Attorney Under Florida law, construction contractors must be licensed to perform work and secure permits. It is illegal for a company to perform work under another company’s license when the licensed company has not qualified the business to perform work under its license and does not supervise...
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