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Seth Daniel Lubin

Seth Daniel Lubin

Law Office of Seth D. Lubin, P.A.
  • Real Estate Law, Tax Law, Cannabis & Marijuana Law...
  • Florida
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Property Tax Appeals is our forte. With over 26 years of experience in appealing property taxes, the Law Office of Seth D. Lubin can assist you with your high-end residential or commercial property tax needs. We also handle other aspects of Real Property Law (property tax appeals, sales, purchases, leases, zoning, homeowners/condo association law); Corporate Transactional and Litigation (Planning, organizing and forming new ventures, contracts, agreements, licensing, corporate governance); Intellectual Property (trademarks and patents, trade secret protection, non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements, unfair trade practices); Estate Planning (Wills, trusts, DNR, durable power of attorney, living will, etc.); Licensing and Technology (License agreements, privacy policy agreements, internet user agreement, software licensing); Labor and Employment (Wage and hour issues and compliance, employment agreements, employer manuals, severance agreements, labor law advisement and guidance) and Sports, Music and Entertainment law (Publishing agreements, sync agreements, etc.)

Practice Areas
  • Real Estate Law
  • Tax Law
  • Cannabis & Marijuana Law
  • Communications & Internet Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Law
  • Intellectual Property
Additional Practice Area
  • Property Tax Appeals
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Federal Circuit
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney, Owner
Seth D. Lubin, P.A.
Nova Southeastern University
J.D. (1990) | Law
Honors: American Jurisprudence Book Award - Trial Advocacy, 1989 American Jurisprudence Book Award - Pre-Trial Practice, 1988
American Jurisprudence Book Award
American Jurisprudence
Professional Associations
The Florida Bar # 0870341
Weston Bar Association
- Current
Tax Section - Florida Bar
Chair - Ad Valorem Committee
- Current
International Association of Assessing Officers
- Current
B'nai Aviv
Past President, Board of Directors, Member
- Current
American Bar Association
- Current
Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section - Florida Bar
- Current
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Life Member, Founding President Psi Phi Chapter
- Current
Legal Answers
3 Questions Answered

Q. if you have house for sale through realtor and contract is up can you sell house Without paying commission
A: You have to check the terms of the listing agreements. Some agreements require commission payments even after the term is up.
Q. Seller stalled approx. 3 weeks. Now-because of the delay-we have to jump through a new set of hoops with the financing.
A: It all depends on what is written in the contract for sale and purchase. Most have financing contingency clauses that have very specific timelines in order to perform certain tasks, Without seeing the agreement, it is virtually impossible to answer the question. The same goes for the Sellers stalling. Time is usually of the essence in these contracts, but again, I would have to see the actual agreement.
Q. living month to month no lease and we have decided to move notified the management company says we need to give 60 days?
A: If there is no mention of notice in a lease, then you have to look towards Florida law. Florida Statue §83.57 states: 83.57 Termination of tenancy without specific term.—A tenancy without a specific duration, as defined in s. 83.46(2) or (3), may be terminated by either party giving written notice in the manner provided in s. 83.56(4), as follows: (1) When the tenancy is from year to year, by giving not less than 60 days’ notice prior to the end of any annual period; (2) When the tenancy is from quarter to quarter, by giving not less than 30 days’ notice prior to the end of any quarterly period; (3) When the tenancy is from month to month, by giving not less than 15 days’ notice prior to the end of any monthly period; and (4) When the tenancy is from week to week, by giving not less than 7 days’ notice prior to the end of any weekly period. In other words, if there is no written lease with a specified duration, and you truly have a month-month lease, then the required notice is 15 days. Make sure you comply with the notification requirements in Florida law or the notice may not be valid.
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2625 Weston Road
Weston, FL 33331
Telephone: (954) 660-3556