Three Carlton Fields Attorneys Board Certified in Condominium and Planned Development Law by The Florida Bar

Real Estate   |   June 27, 2018
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Three Carlton Fields real estate lawyers Robert S. Freedman, Richard C. Linquanti, and William P. Sklar are now Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Condominium and Planned Development Law. Board certification identifies them as attorneys with special knowledge, skills, and proficiency in this type of law, and this certification distinguishes them as specialists in this legal area.

Freedman co-chairs the firm’s Real Estate and Commercial Finance practice group, and the Real Estate and Development industry groups. He has extensive experience in the acquisition, structuring, design, development and operation of residential and commercial condominiums, subdivisions, homeowners associations, community and master associations, master planned communities, mixed-use projects, resort communities, and timeshares, fractionals, and vacation clubs.

Linquanti’s law practice focuses on land business, including finance (borrowing and lending sides), Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act, business planning and implementation, front-end transaction structuring, partnerships, limited liability companies, joint ventures, land use, condominium, and mixed-use and master communities. He has a substantial background in public-private partnerships, governmental entities, and community non-profit corporations.

Sklar is also Florida Bar Board Certified in Real Estate Law. He represents developers and lenders. He assists them with planning, drafting, and the development of residential, commercial, and complex mixed-use condominiums and planned developments. He also serves as regulatory counsel in compliance matters under numerous federal, state, and local statutes; regulations; and ordinances, including the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (ILSA), Fair Housing Act, and Florida Condominium and Homeowners Association Acts.

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