Philippe Revah, Esq. is a partner at the law firm of Edelboim Lieberman Revah PLLC. Mr. Revah focuses his practice of law on real estate litigation and transactions, with a particular focus on Landlord Tenant Litigation and evictions.
Mr. Revah has achieved sustained success in court in a wide range of real estate related lawsuits, particularly in cases involving landlord tenant litigation, 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. Mr. Revah has also successfully represented developers and investors in quasi-judicial proceedings involving land use, re-zoning, and platting. As a lawyer who is knowledgeable and experienced in all matters involving real estate, Mr. Revah’s unique and extraordinary abilities in court have set him apart in his practice and have garnered the accolades of the legal community.
Prior to joining Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC, Mr. Revah’s passion for landlord/tenant representation led him to establish Florida’s first all-eviction law practice. He has extensive experience in all matters affecting real estate, particularly related to Landlord/Tenant law, foreclosures, condominium association and homeowner association disputes, and land use and zoning law. In these and all legal matters Mr. Revah handles, his goal is to identify his clients’ objectives and to then establish a strategy that will provide the swiftest and most desirable results for his clients.
Mr. Revah knows that each case is unique and therefore utilizes an individual approach in handling each of his client’s matters. His mission is to handle each client’s case with the utmost preparedness, efficiency, and timeliness. Mr. Revah will work closely with you to achieve the best possible outcome.