Larry Tolchinsky

Partner
Sackrin & Tolchinsky, P.A.
Hallandale Beach, Florida

Larry Tolchinsky is a Partner at Sackrin & Tolchinsky, P.A., a South Florida law firm that covers a full range of legal matters for their clients. Larry has been practicing law in Broward County Florida since 1994. His areas of practice include Real Estate Law, Probate and Business transactions.

Larry can be contacted through his firm's online form or by phone at (954) 458-8655.

Content by Larry Tolchinsky

What is a Nuisance Under Florida Condominium Law?

Florida condo unit owners are guaranteed the right to enjoy their homes as they see fit with one big limitation: they cannot use their property in a way that it injures or impedes the rights of another owner.

  • 01/05/2016
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How Do You Draw the Ownership Line Between Florida Condominium Units and Common Elements?

For each buyer of a Florida condo, it’s important to understand where their individual property rights in their home begin and end, and where their ownership changes into a shared property right in the condominium’s “common areas.”

  • 12/16/2015
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  • Residential Property
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Security in Florida Condominiums: Privacy Concerns for Condo Owners

As technology advances rapidly, there is an ability to provide security at Condos in ways that may never have been foreseen at the time that the condominium documents were drafted or Florida condominium laws were passed.

  • 12/08/2015
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  • Residential Property
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Florida Condos, Coops, Timeshares, HOAs, and CDDs: Know the Difference Before You Buy

Before you go ahead and buy a home or condo within one of these ownership alternatives, you may want to understand the legal ramifications of living and owning property within them.

  • 11/30/2015
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  • Residential Property
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What Are The Risks With Airbnb If You Rent Your Florida Home or Condo?

For those who own condos, townhouses, or single family homes, there are lots of benefits to short term renting services like Airbnb, including making some extra cash. But there are important issues to consider before using these online...

  • 11/19/2015
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  • Residential Property
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Questions To Ask Before Buying a 55+ Condominium in Florida

Under federal statute, some form of discrimination is allowed for 55+ condominiums, but only 80% of the condominium must be have units where at least one person is over the age of 55 years. (This is occupancy, not...

  • 11/12/2015
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  • Residential Property
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Major Repairs to Your Florida Condo: Who Pays?

Sometimes the repairs are minor and it’s clear that the unit owner is responsible. However, in other situations, the line between the condo unit owner’s responsibility and the duty of the overseeing condominium association is not clear.

  • 11/05/2015
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  • Residential Property
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3 Types of Title Issues Which Impact Florida Real Estate Closings

When a seller is told that there is a “title issue,” that usually means that there is some sort of lien, defect or encumbrance in the public records which clouds the title to the property.

  • 10/29/2015
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  • Residential Property
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