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Commercial Eviction
by: FALDP Staff

We found a very informative site - http://www.evictus.com which is operated by an attorney in Miami, Alberto M. Cardet. Posted on his site is the following information:

"I believe one of the most significant differences is that the law in commercial tenancies is “TENANT BEWARE”. Commercial tenancies are considered the same as any other arms-length transaction between commercially sophisticated entities. In other words each party, the landlord and the tenant, must look out for its own interests in the market place and can contract in or out or most obligations and responsibilities that may arise out of their landlord – tenant relationship. This is a stark difference from the residential side, where the law clearly defines the obligations of the landlord and the tenant and the law goes further to invalidate any agreement that purports to alter the statutory rights of either party."

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