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August 2016 Archives

When landlords can evict in Florida: Lease violations

Landlords often have questions regarding when they can evict non-paying or destructive tenants. If your tenants violate the terms of their lease, you may be wondering what recourse you have and whether you can evict them.

How people may try to rationalize stealing your online content

Information spreads quickly and easily on the Internet. That's one of the huge benefits of the web, but it can also be a serious problem. In some situations, your information or online content may get stolen and used to benefit someone else without your permission. People try to rationalize this move in a few different ways.

Why might land be 'unbuildable'?

If you own land but have been told that it's not a "buildable" lot, the best thing to do if you want to build on it is to find out why it has not been classified as a buildable area. Only once you know, can you take steps to rectify the situation -- or to sell the land and buy another lot that will fit your purposes. Some examples of reasons that you may not be allowed to build include:

2 Florida breweries in trademark dispute

There are a lot of brewery option in Florida, which is great for those looking to try out microbrews, but it has led to some clashes between them. Right now, Due South Brewing and Big Storm Brewing are battling over the rights to a trademarked logo. The owner of Due South Brewing claims that his company's trademark has been infringed upon by Big Storm, which is using a very similar label.

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