Ken Clayton was born and raised in Orlando, Florida.
He has practiced law in Orlando, Florida, primarily in the
areas of Real Property, Corporate and Civil law with emphasis in the
area of condominium and planned unit development law.
His client representation in this area has included numerous
developers, title insurance companies, lenders, purchasers, individual
homeowners and numerous community associations.
Ken is involved in creating and developing community
properties; reviewing, examining and assisting clients in connection
with the purchase, sale and financing of existing and proposed
projects; handling sales, negotiations and closings on units.
He has also represented various types of community associations
and individual owners regarding a variety of matters before, during
and after turnover of control of associations to the homeowners.
Ken has represented both developers and associations during the
transition process. He
has further been involved in the representation of a significant
number of community associations in their ongoing legal matters,
including drafting, interpreting and enforcing the condominium, PUD
and subdivision covenants and restrictions.
He has also represented both developers, associations and unit
owners in matters regarding the litigation and negotiation of various
construction contract matters and land use.
Eminent domain, particularly the unique area dealing with the
taking of association properties, is an important part of his
Licensed since 1974
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|FL||Member in Good Standing||1974||08/12/2015|
|University of Alabama School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
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