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Real Estate Litigation and Transactions

Attorney Phil Revah Esq. is a partner at the law firm of Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC. Mr. Revah focuses his practice of law on real estate litigation and transactions. Mr. Revah has achieved sustained success in court in a wide range of real estate lawsuits, particularly in cases involving landlord-tenant law, breach of real estate purchase agreements, declaratory actions for tax deed surplus funds, foreclosures on behalf of condominium and homeowners’ associations, evictions, unlawful detainer actions, ejectment suits, and commercial and residential construction disputes, including construction lien foreclosures.

Call our Law Offices at (561) 573-5686 or email us at eservice@elrolaw.com.

Client Reviews

"I met Revah at the courthouse when no one there seemed to know where to direct me or what to do. I approached him and he immediately responded that he was happy to help. Due to Revah's expertise I was able to successfully resolve the issue in an timely matter." Juan Germosen
"Philippe is an extraordinary attorney, who goes above and beyond all expectations. He is very astute and can answer almost all real estate related questions. I highly recommend him!" Arman Amirianfar
"We have been using this law firm for over 5 years to handle all of our eviction cases and our lease and landlord tenant issues. These eviction attorneys definitely stay busy with us, always responsive, always professional, and rarely takes more than 30 days to complete the eviction cases." Cameron Coleman

Meet the Attorney

Attorney Phil Revah Appears on Miami Local News to talk about the Eviction Moratorium currently in effect in South Florida. In Miami-Dade County, even though a landlord can file an eviction and obtain a final judgment of eviction, the Mayor of Miami-Dade County is blocking residential landlords from recovering possession of their property. The Miami-Dade County Mayor has ordered the Miami Dade Court Services Bureau to "stand down" and not to execute any writs of possession or conduct any removals of non-paying residential tenants.

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