Under Florida law, certain individuals and entities who provide labor, work, or materials for the improvement of real property may have a lien on the real property for the value of the labor or materials supplied.
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By: Clark, Campbell, Lancaster & Munson, P.A. Q: Can an employer restrict or prohibit an employee from competing with the employer once the employee’s employment has ended? Employees, under Florida law, are limited in their ability to compete with their employer while employed by the employer because employees owe their employer a duty of loyalty. However, […]
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