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Breach of Fiduciary Duty

In Florida, a fiduciary duty is a relationship where a person places confidence or trust in another person in a particular transaction or in business affairs.

According to the Florida Supreme Court, the elements for a claim for Florida breach of fiduciary duty are:

  1. Existence of a fiduciary duty
  2. Breach of that duty
  3. Breach is a proximate cause of the plaintiff’s damages

If you are dealing with a breach of fiduciary duty or would like more information on a Florida breach of fiduciary duty, CONTACT our Florida Business Lawyers by email or call us at 904-685-1200 to discuss your situation today.

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