Considerations for Community Associations When Reopening Their Communities and Common Elements due to COVID-19
Considerations for Community Association’s Use of Drones for Covenant Enforcement and Maintenance Inspections
What Does Florida Law say About a Community Association Bulk Services Agreement Such as Cable and Internet Service?
How Florida Condominium Law Impacts Collection of a Condominium Assessment by Florida Condominium Associations
Buyer Actions and Seller Actions for Drafting a Complaint due to a Real Estate Sales Contract Breach
Community Association Hurricane Season Preparedness: What to do Before a Hurricane Hits Your Association
Do Voluntary Civic Associations Have Authority to Enforce Their Covenants and Restrictions Over Real Property?
Appropriate Forum for Condo Association and HOA Disputes in Florida: Arbitration, Mediation or State Court?
Protecting Property Interests and Rights in Eminent Domain Actions and Government Takings: Part III – Regulatory Taking
Condo Associations Must Ensure That Accepting Partial Payments From Delinquent Unit Owners Won’t be Considered Payment in Full
Avoiding the Selective Enforcement Defense When Enforcing Condominium Association Rules and Regulations
Condo Associations Have Statutory Right to Amend Declaration but can Only Unilaterally Void a Declaration Provision in Certain Circumstances
A Condo Association’s Remedies Against Tenants who Violate the Association’s Declaration, Rules and Regulations
A Condo Association’s Lien Foreclosure Does not Extinguish the Outstanding Past-Due Assessments Owed by the Previous Owner
Legal Actions the Buyer of Real Property can Bring When a Seller Breaches a Real Estate Sales Contract
Condo Associations Must Thoroughly Review Lender’s Documents Before Conceding That Lender is Entitled to First Mortgagee Protection Under Fla. Statute 718.116(1)(b)
Legal Actions the Seller of Real Property can Bring When a Buyer Breaches a Real Estate Sales Contract
Condo Associations and HOAs can Violate the Fair Housing Act by not Timely Responding to a Unit Owner’s Request to Keep a Service Dog
Additional Charges for Unpaid Assessments are not Collectible Under Florida’s Safe Harbor Provisions of the Condominium and Homeowners’ Association Acts.
The Remedies Available to Condominium Associations for Rule Violations and the Statutory Process for Enforcement
Those who Operate Dissolved Corporations can be Held Personally Liable for the Corporate Debt Incurred
Florida’s Revised Limited Liability Company Act: Part V – Proper and Improper LLC Distributions Under the Revised Act
Florida’s Revised Limited Liability Company Act: Part I – The two Acceptable LLC Management Structures
Laws Governing Board of Administration Meetings for Condominium Associations Under the Florida Statutes
The Obligations of Unit Owners and Other Occupants of Properties Within Condo Associations, and the Associations’ Statutory Remedies
For Property Owner Actions Against Condo/HOA Associations, the Statute of Limitations Begins to run Once the Owner Gains Title to the Property
Florida’s Second DCA: Florida Law Remains That Plaintiffs in Foreclosure Actions Must Have Standing at the Time of Filing Suit
Amendments to the 2013 Florida Statutes Affecting Condo and HOA Official Records Keeping and Maintenance
Trial Courts Have Post-Judgment Jurisdiction to Determine the Amount of Past-Due Assessments Owed to a Condo Association and any Attorneys’ Fee Award
Florida’s Second District: Judgment Creditors can Issue Post-Judgment Discovery Concerning the Debtor’s Assets Held Jointly With a Spouse
New Florida Law Affects HOAs and Condo Associations’ Abilities to Swipe Drivers’ Licenses at Community Entrances
What are the Repercussions for Failing to Give the Condo Owner the Required Thirty-day Notice, Pursuant to Fla. Statute 718.121(4), Prior to Filing a Claim of Lien?
Florida Associations Can be Jointly and Severally Liable for Past-Due Assessments After Lien Foreclosures