This article originally appeared in the Florida Bar City, County and Local Government Law Section’s The Agenda in Fall 2020 and was written by firm partners David Tolces and Susan L. Trevarthen [...]
David Tolces represents public and private clients in governmental and real estate matters, including property redevelopment, sign code issues, environmental matters, financing of workforce and affordable housing, landlord/tenant relations, and land use and zoning matters.
As a Florida Bar Board Certified lawyer in City, County and Local Government Law, David specializes in representing Community Redevelopment Agencies (CRAs) and public housing authorities. He currently serves as the Interim City Attorney for the City of Margate, General Counsel for the City of Miami OMNI CRA, the Opa-Locka CRA, the Lake Worth Beach CRA, the Margate CRA, the Deerfield Beach Housing Authority, the Dania Beach Housing Authority and the Housing Authority of the City of Pompano Beach.
David’s landlord/tenant experience includes drafting leases for commercial properties and multi-family apartment developments. He also prosecutes eviction matters on behalf of private and public landlords seeking possession of their leased properties. He has also handled eviction cases for commercial and residential properties.
David represents private clients in commercial and residential real estate transactions. As an authorized title agent, David drafts purchase and sale agreements and oversees the closing of the transaction and the issuance of title policies.
University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D. 1989
University of Texas at Austin, B.S. in Geological Sciences, 1986
Board Certified in City, County and Local Government Law by The Florida Bar
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