What is a property boundary dispute? When you buy real estate or property in the State of Florida, your deed should indicate exactly where your property begins and ends. If the property was surveyed when it was purchased, the survey should indicate the actual boundary lines. Also, the deed should include a description of boundaries.
However, despite the state-of-the-art surveying technology used to determine the boundaries of a real estate property these days, disagreements often arise over exactly where those boundaries actually fall. Some boundary lines were set many years prior, so residents inherit conflicting information when it comes to building fences, paving driveways, or making other changes that “cross the line” into another owner’s property.
At Moody, Salzman, Lash and Locigno, we have the legal expertise it takes to successfully represent individuals and companies in a variety of contractual disputes, such as a breach of contract, corporate disputes, shareholder disputes, enforcement of shareholder agreements, actions involving corporations, dissolutions of companies and partnerships, legal action to address the breach of fiduciary duties, and issues related to foreclosure.