• Landlord Lien: where plaintiff’s complaint for conversion of restaurant fixtures and equipment specifically alleged that it was not a lessee, court erred in going beyond four corners of complaint on motion to dismiss by considering lease presented by landlord that named plaintiff as lessee and, therefore, dismissal of complaint on ground that landlord had a superior lien on the fixtures and equipment under Fla. Stat. § 83.08 was reversedBerdick v. Costilla, No. 2D12-140 (Fla. 2d DCA Sept. 14, 2012) (reversing final judgment dismissing complaint with prejudice)
  • Purchase-Sale Contract: purchaser of condominium unit was not entitled to return of deposit from developer and rescission of contract based on theories of fraudulent inducement and mutual mistake when contract included specific provisions disclaiming oral representations and confining agreement and obligations of parties to those set forth in contract, enumerated condominium documents, and condominium brochures B & G Aventura, LLC v. G-Site Ltd. P’ship, No. 3D11-1562 (Fla. 3d DCA Sept. 12, 2012) (affirming final summary judgment)