AVIATION LAW BLOG

By: Stewart Lapayowker

Aircraft transactions are getting done, but often the deals are much more difficult to sign or close.  Sometimes, the parties are just “stuck” on an issue during the pre-purchase inspection, after it, or right before closing.  Sometimes one party may be less experienced with what is “customary” or “market” or “industry standard,” or what a…

Don’t Be Emotionally Compromised

In our continuing effort to educate aircraft buyers and sellers, an article that we wrote was published in Business Aviation Advisor. The article can be accessed here.   SHL.

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Lapayowker Jet Counsel, P.A. Moving to New Office Space in June

On June 10, 2016, Lapayowker Jet Counsel, P.A. will be relocating from Fort Lauderdale to newer, larger office space, at Lakeside Office Center, 600 N. Pine Island Road, Plantation, Florida.  Family and community involvement continue to be important ingredients to our culture and our move will provide attorneys and staff with additional opportunities for personal…

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Don’t Be the One to "Split Tens"

I am often asked by a client buying or selling an aircraft “how quickly will this deal be done?” or ” how much will this cost?” My answer is always the same:  If you can tell me how everyone in the deal will behave, I can tell you generally how long it should take and…

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Sydney Macca, Esq. Joins the Firm

We are pleased to announce that Sydney L. Macca, Esq. has joined our team. Sydney has a unique perspective on business aviation having served as the Manager of Flight Operations for a Part 91 flight department with operations in over 100 countries, and will be a valuable resource.  She also served on the NBAA Security…

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