Quigley , Zelica

Zelica M. Quigley’s practice focuses on residential and commercial real estate transactions.

She advises clients on all facets of the acquisition, development and disposition of real estate within single family residential communities and apartment communities, as well as commercial and mixed-used projects.

Quigley has experience creating and evaluating property owners associations and homeowners associations to address operational and maintenance aspects of real estate projects.

She represents borrowers and lenders in the financing of real estate in connection with acquisition loans, construction loans, loan refinancing and loan modifications and workouts, including forbearance arrangements, loan sales and deed-in-lieu of foreclosure transactions.

Quigley is also experienced in reviewing title commitments and policies, resolving title and survey matters and preparing, negotiating and reviewing various types of contracts.

She previously served as assistant general counsel for a privately held real estate developer, responsible for real estate acquisitions, sales, leasing, financing, corporate matters and joint venture transactions for residential, multi-family, commercial and mixed-use projects.

She has been recognized with an AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rating with Martindale-Hubbell, which is the agency’s highest mark for both competency and ethics.

Quigley is active in various professional and community organizations, including the Somerset Academy Canyons School Advisory Council.

Bar Membership

Florida

Education

Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1997
J.D., Juris Doctor, magna cum laude

Nova Southeastern University
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1994
B.S.B.A., Business Administration

Affiliations

The Florida Bar
Member

Somerset Academy Canyons School Advisory Council
Member

AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rating with Martindale-Hubbell

“Latera v. Isle at Mission Bay Homeowner’s Association; The Homeowner’s First Amendment Right to Receive Information”