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Unjust Enrichment in Real Estate Cases—an Overview.

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Unjust Enrichment is a legal theory applicable when one person is enriched at the expense of another in circumstances that the law deems unfair. It is usually used when there is no valid contract or no contract at all between the parties. The elements of unjust enrichment are: (1) plaintiff conferred a benefit upon the defendant, who has knowledge of that benefit; (2) defendant accepts…

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What is an H-1B work visa? — A quick overview.

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An H-1B visa is a visa for foreign professionals coming to work in a specialty occupation. The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) defines the H-1B visa classification as a visa available for foreign professionals who will “perform services … in a specialty occupation.”[1] The INA defines “profession” as including “but not limited to architects, engineers, lawyers, physicians, surgeons, and teachers in elementary or secondary schools,…

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Ayala files civil theft action against self-declared investment advisor.

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Ayala files lawsuit in the 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida against a self-declared investment adviser’s scheme targeting foreigners. As stated in the Complaint, “[Defendants] . . . held themselves out to be experienced real estate investors and investment advisers able to purchase foreclosures properties at auction, and sell them at large profits.” Under the guise of being experienced investment advisors, the Defendants persuaded the Plaintiffs,…

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Ayala Prevailed Against Relentless Tenant in Eviction Turned Quiet Title Action

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In a case that started as a simple eviction for possession, Ayala defeated a multiplicity of unfounded legal challenges by the relentless tenant on the property. The tenant/defendant’s counterclaims included actions for quiet title, cancellation of deed, rescission, mortgage foreclosure and the like. In the latest attempt to stop final judgment the tenant filed an emergency Motion to Set Aside the Final Judgment. Honorable County…

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Ayala Defeats Motion to Dismiss in Lawsuit Against Major Health Organization

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Ayala brought an action against Simply Health Care (Simply) for breach of contract on behalf of its client, a local Miami medical center. The complaint alleges that simply arbitrarily terminated the agreement and after it did, it violated several post-contract obligations by systematically, and in coordination with other centers, harassing and providing false or misleading information to the patients. Simply retained the law firm of…

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