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Third DCA Watch: AG Group Investments, LLC v. All Realty Alliance Corp.

By January 10, 2013

By Michael S. Perse Last week, the Third District Court of Appeals’s decision in AG Group Investments, LLC v. All Realty Alliance Corp. provided those of us who handle foreclosure cases with a much-needed review of Florida law.  Simply stated, the Third reminded parties that junior lenders still have rights and their …

Kluger Kaplan Recognized in South Florida’s Top Rated Lawyers 2012 Edition

By October 1, 2012

Congratulations to: Alan Kluger (Real Estate), Bruce Katzen (Commercial Litigation),Todd Levine (Commercial Litigation) and Deborah Chames (Family Law) who were recognized by South Florida’s Top Rated Lawyers, an annual publication that is compiled based upon peer reviews.   Kluger Kaplan Silverman Katzen and Levine, P. L.  is thrilled to be recognized for our …

Buyer Financed Construction in South Florida – How will it Impact Litigation?

By September 7, 2012

By Abbey Kaplan Earlier this week, the Miami Herald reported that developers in South Florida are relying on buyer financing to finance residential construction projects.  In the last few years, I have seen a number of lawsuits by banks against developers, suing the individuals on their personal guarantees when the projects failed. …

At Least Twenty Years to Collect on a Judgment – Is Now the Right Time?

By September 5, 2012

By Michael S. Perse As the economy rebounds, some of my clients who hold judgments from earlier litigation are exploring the possibility of enforcing judgment liens against the debtors’ property, particularly South Florida real estate, which is beginning to climb in value. First, it is important to ensure that your …