Real Estate Law:
The attorneys at David Chico Law Group will provide an aggressive and vigorous defense to an eviction action. We handle every type of eviction. The most important rule in eviction defense is that YOU MUST MOUNT YOUR DEFENSE IMMEDIATELY.
A good defense should start before a lawsuit if filed and if a suit is filed you only have 5 days to answer. Moving quickly is key. The following are the three most commonly asked questions regarding eviction defense.
Remember, in eviction defense acting now is a must. The defenses mentioned here and other defense will not be respected if not raised using the correct procedure. Call us now.
A corporation is a legal entity distinct and apart from the corporation’s owners, referred to as shareholders and managers, known as directors and officers. A corporation may enter into contracts, sell and buy property, and be sued. Corporations can only be created by state statute and to form a corporation, strict guidelines must be adhered. The guidelines are defined by each state’s statutes that cover corporate governance. The shareholders (owners) of a corporation are not responsible (in most instances) for corporate debt. Corporations can be divided into two types: C corporations and S corporations. The main distinction between the two types is that C corporations are taxed separately from their owners while S corporations are not. Instead, the owners pay for the corporation’s taxes on an individual basis. S corporations are subject to eligibility requirements which C corporations are exempt from. Such requirements include, but are not limited to, the number of shareholders, the class of stock and the residency status of the shareholders.
Mr. Chico also served the U.S. Navy for 10 years, service for which he holds immense pride and forms the source of tenacity that is associated with the firm.
Not only is the law firm based in Celebration, Florida, Mr. Chico calls Celebration home and enjoys community involvement. He is actively involved with the Celebration Rotary Club and is a member of the advisory committee for the Celebration, Foundation.
Focus of Mr. Chico’s practice involves complex civil litigation, including contract, real estate, business and shareholder disputes. Additionally, the firm is devoted to debt collection and foreclosure defense litigation, as well as handling appeals in both Florida and Federal Courts. He is admitted to the bar for the Florida Supreme Court, the Middle District of Florida Federal Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Eleventh Circuit.