Isaac Benergui – Law Offices of Isaac Benmergui, P.A.

Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area, 33154United States

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Do I Need an Attorney for Closing?

Real estate contracts are lengthy and wordy, but most of the time, they are also very standard. This means that most real estate agents are fairly familiar with their contents and can explain to you what the verbiage means and…more

What is Title Insurance?

When you buy real estate, you work with a title company. The title company’s job is to research the property you are buying, determine if anyone has made changes to the structure that is on the property, and also research the…more

What Happens if a Claim is Filed Against My Title?

All real estate has a title, which is the document recording ownership of the land, any judgments against the ownership, and any rights or restrictions that come with ownership of the land. When you buy a piece of real estate, a…more

What is Needed to Transfer a Real Estate Title?

If you’ve ever sold a car yourself, you know that transferring a car title is as easy as signing a piece of paper. But when you sell a home, piece of land or other real estate, transferring the title is anything but…more

Basic Real Estate Rule of Thumb: What About Bankruptcy Proceedings?

It’s as if we’re opening up a whole new can of worms here, in that this presents the question of a possible course of action presented by a debtor: what about bankruptcy? Can a debtor file for bankruptcy as a way to alleviate…more

Basic Real Estate Rule of Thumb: Courts Taking Appropriate Action

A state court can put its foot down, obviously, for good reason upon analysis of the evidence. It’s very simple: debtor failed in making payments, a default notice was issued, and an automatic stay was imposed. However, during…more

Basic Real Estate Rule of Thumb: Talking About “Tenants at Will”

What happens if the landlord contends that the real estate lease is no longer in effect? This, obviously, is due to the fact that a default notice was issued, stating that the tenant was late on the rent payments. Fair enough…more

Basic Real Estate Rule of Thumb: the “Default Notice” Is Not the Lease Termination

Welcome to this particular series of important information regarding lease terminations. This is key – for both the tenant and the landlord, for several reasons. One, as the renter, you have to understand this important fact:…more

Real Estate Law Says That Legality Doesn’t Necessarily Mean It’s “Allowed”

Why do you think many restaurants don’t allow smokers? Even those restaurants allowing smoking would have specific smoking sections permitted, but that’s it. Other than that, bringing in something that could disturb others would…more

Real Estate Litigation Problems With Turning Florida Condos Into Apartments

This is a perfect example of how one law can open up a veritable Pandora’s box of plenty of derivations – and “loopholes,” if you will – for groups to try and get some kind of advantage out of it at the expense of others. An…more

The Real Estate Law Review on Students Moving Off Campus: Rules Are Rules

Finally, keep a cool head on your shoulders, and don’t go crazy. Just because you’re in college and going to school doesn’t mean the same rules will apply to you as they did in a dorm room or fraternity. That’s the funny thing…more

The Real Estate Law Review on Students Moving Off Campus: Multiple Roommates

Don’t get me wrong: roommates are a normal thing in the rental space, especially for college students off campus. Sharing the bills helps tremendously, plus many properties are actually specifically suited to accommodate…more

What the CFPB Did to Real Estate Law

These days, it’s all about loan origination. Where did it come from, is it reliable, can we trust it? When it comes to money that’s being loaned, what do you expect? It’s all about accountability. In the forefront of that…more

Why Real Estate Law Says You Should Never Walk on Railroads (Not Due to a Train Hitting You)

Common sense should tell you that it’s not a good idea to walk on railroad tracks. Some half-wits do, though, and more power to them. This, however, has nothing to do with the prospect of you getting seriously injured due to a…more

How to Evict Your Roommate Under Real Estate Law Without Getting Punched in the Face

No one likes to do it, really. Just ask any good landlord out there. It’s not fun telling a tenant that they have to move out regardless of whether or not they have a place to stay, but sometimes it has to be done, and, yes,…more
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