Brian S. Adler

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Extension of Property Tax Discount in Miami-Dade and Potentially Other Counties

On September 4, 2017, Governor Scott issued Executive Order 17-235 in response to anticipated severe damage across Florida due to Hurricane Irma. The Executive Order granted the Florida Department of Revenue authority to issue an Emergency Order to waive and extend the local taxing authorities’ compliance deadlines related to the budget process and associated setting of millages … Continue Reading

Additional Opportunity to Extend Development Orders & Building Permits

Governor Scott recently expanded the previously declared State of Emergency issued for the Zika Virus, allowing holders of permits and development orders an even greater opportunity to toll the period remaining to exercise rights under the permit or order for more than 19 months. Section 252.363 of the Florida Statutes permits a tolling of development … Continue Reading

Additional Opportunity for Increased Extension of Building Permits and Development Orders

Interested parties must notify issuing governmental agency by September 7th to receive a new extension. Due to Governor Scott’s recent expansion of the State of Emergency issued for the Zika Virus, holders of permits and development orders have another opportunity to toll the period remaining to exercise rights under the permit or order for nearly … Continue Reading

Opportunity to Extend Development Orders and Permits for Almost 16 Months

Developers must notify issuing governmental agency by July 10th to receive a new extension Holders of permits and development orders have the opportunity to toll the period remaining to exercise rights under the permit or order for nearly 16 months. Section 252.363 of the Florida Statutes permits a tolling of development orders and permits upon … Continue Reading

Miami-Dade County Road Impact Fees to Increase 30% on April 22, 2013

Understanding the current fees Miami-Dade County imposes road impact fees on new developments in both unincorporated and incorporated areas of the County, subject to any applicable exemptions or credits, which may reduce or eliminate the fee due. Road impact fees must be paid prior to obtaining a building permit for new construction and are often … Continue Reading
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