Florida Real Property Complex Transactions
By The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education
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From sales and leases of commercial property to subdivision development to mobile home park conversions, Florida Real Property Complex Transactions provides practical, step-by-step guidance for negotiating and drafting the necessary documents to complete these multifaceted transactions. A discussion of federal and state laws governing these complex transactions includes the impact of sales taxes, intangible taxes, and documentary stamp taxes. The manual contains countless sample provisions and forms, along with checklists and practice pointers to ensure that all significant issues have been considered in these complex transactions. This edition of the manual is an invaluable asset for all real estate transaction lawyers.
Features:• New case law and issues involving ILSA exemptions, short sales, use of green strategies in construction projects, sales tax on commercial leases, replacement of anchor tenants, fixed cost of maintenance (CAM) charges, 2010 BOMA standards for measuring office space, due diligence requirements, acquisition of partnership interests, WARN Act applications to mass layoffs, subdivision plat approval and covenant restrictions and revitalizations, form-based zoning codes, the S.A.F.E. Mortgage Licensing Act, documentary stamp taxes on transfers to conduit entities, oil and gas mining partnerships, and reservations of minerals, DEP reservation requirement exemptions, and DEP releases for exploration
• specific issues that must be considered when transferring shopping centers, office buildings, showrooms, hotels, marinas, restaurants, mobile home parks, subdivisions, minerals, timberlands, natural resources, and waterfront property or when addressing 1031 like-kind exchanges or mixed-use properties
• Updated forms for purchasing, financing, and leasing various types of property are provided in the manual and also provided are revised forms for a mineral deed and declaration of restrictive covenants, along with a new form addressing institutional control guidelines and tips for environmental cleanup
• Discussion of the multi-factor test for "shopping center"
Forms and checklists are provided throughout the book making this a comprehensive yet accessible reference that you will consult often in your practice.Visit our Real Property website for a complete list of The Bar's Rules of Procedure related titles.
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