This handy reference provides a simple understanding of how Florida's Landlord-Tenant Law works. Everything you need to know whether you are an owner or a renter in the Sunshine State. Told in simple, easy-to-follow language, business attorney Al Kelley gives you all the basics.
About the Author
ALBERT L. KELLEY, is an attorney, author, book publisher, film producer, traveler and adventurer located in Key West, Florida. His law practice concentrates primarily in the areas of business, corporations, contracts, copyright, trademark, and entertainment law, as well as foreclosure defense.He graduated cum laude from Florida State University College of Law in 1989. He served for years as an adjunct professor for St. Leo University in their Business Administration program, teaching courses in business, employment and administrative law. For six years Al wrote a weekly business law newspaper column and has authored books on business law and small claims court. He has also been a featured panelist at Florida State University's College of Law's Annual Entertainment Art and Sports Law Symposium. Albert L. Kelley serves as legal counsel for the world's largest offshore powerboat race promoter as well as museums, art galleries, television stations, performers and newspapers. On the business side, Albert is corporate counsel to over 150 corporations, and has filed over 60 trademark registrations and countless copyright applications. Albert has negotiated contracts with numerous national companies including Apple Computers, Harley Davidson, and Ralston Purina. Al has given numerous seminars on trademarks, copyrights, film licensing and financing, and foreclosure defenses. He is a licensed skydiver, hang-glider pilot, and scuba diver.