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Florida allows auto dealers to protest infringement on their sale

You have worked out to carve out your part of the auto sales market. You found the right place to set up a lot, you worked through the zoning requirements and you got the stock in front of potential customers. So it can feel like all the results of this hard work can add up to nothing if someone at different plans for dealerships.

Six factors to consider during a business acquisition

Owning and operating a Florida business is a major task that requires many serious business changes to be made. Whether a business is large or small, the idea of expanding a business is often on the top of the list for many companies. This is where acquiring another business could be a very lucrative step to take; however, it is a major business decision that requires much planning and preparation.

Helping you work through dealership licensing process and issues

It's no surprise that individuals in Florida and elsewhere rely on motor vehicles to get around. To address this demand for consumers in Florida, automobile dealerships are established throughout the state. However, like any other business, the proper paperwork must be filed to establish a dealership in the state. Additionally, one needs to be licensed in the state to operate a motor vehicle dealership. Because automobile dealer law is unique, it is important that one fully understands how these laws impact one's ability to establish, own or operate a dealership.

Implied contracts in business law

Contracts are the foundation of the business world in Florida. Without them, businesses would not be able to obtain the consistency in costs and supplies needed to provide consumers with steady and reliable products and services. Of course, the terms of a contract must be carefully negotiated in order to ensure a fair bargain, and legal action is often justified when those terms are breached. But, businesses need to be careful in their communications and interactions with other parties to avoid creating a contractual relationship when they do not intend.

Not everyone needs a license to sell a car

Many of the vehicles that are on Florida roads were purchased through licensed motor vehicle dealers and dealerships. These individuals and organizations deal in hundreds of cars per year and make their business out of the buying and selling of cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles. However, some vehicles are bought and sold through private transactions. For example, a person may wish to sell their extra car to their neighbor who is in need of a reliable mode of transportation.

How do commercial leases differ from residential leases?

Many residents of Florida have entered into residential leases. These leases allow people to find apartments, homes and other spaces to live in for a cost that they pay to the spaces' owners. Residential leases can be tailored to the individual spaces that are offered for rent, but commonly, residential lease agreements have a few standard terms.

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18851 NE 29th Avenue
Suite 303
Aventura, FL 33180

Phone: 305-929-8500
Fax: 305-675-0564
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315 S. Calhoun Street
Suite 850
Tallahassee, FL 32301

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