Monthly Archives: April 2020

Pre-Suit Requirements for Community Association Disputes

Many lawsuits pertaining to community associations involve unit owners who disagree with the actions of their Community Association’s Board of Directors.  In the recent case Iezzi Family Limited P’Ship v. Edgewater Beach Owners Ass’n, Inc., 254 So.3d 584 (Fla. 1st … Read Full Post

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Bankruptcy 101: What Secured Lenders Need to Know About Common Bankruptcies

Bankruptcy filings indicate a debtor’s lack of working capital and, justifiably so, strike concern into any lender still hanging on to a promise of payment from their debtor. But, depending on the creditor’s agreement with the debtor and the creditor’s … Read Full Post

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Navigating Community Associations Through The COVID-19 Emergency: Common Element Considerations

Part IV: Common Element Considerations COVID-19 has affected community associations in various ways, and new obstacles during these times are presenting themselves daily.   Community associations will have to deal with many of these developments in stride and are expected to … Read Full Post

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Treatment of Commercial Leases in Bankruptcy

The novel coronavirus pandemic and related government “stay at home” and “shelter in place” orders are causing serious negative financial impacts to business of all types.  Many of the hardest hit industries, such as restaurants and retailers, are industries in … Read Full Post

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What Litigants Need to Know About Retrials of Civil Cases in Florida

A retrial in a civil case is not an everyday occurrence, even for frequent litigants like financial services or insurance companies. This article is meant to guide those who frequently access the court system in navigating through these rarely traveled … Read Full Post

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Navigating Community Associations Through The COVID-19 Emergency: Assessment Collection Considerations

Part III: Assessment Collection Considerations During COVID-19 COVID-19 has affected community associations in various ways, and new obstacles during these times are presenting themselves daily.   Community associations will have to deal with many of these developments in stride and are … Read Full Post

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Navigating Community Associations Through The COVID-19 Emergency: Association Meetings

Part II: Association Meetings During COVID-19 COVID-19 has affected community associations in various ways, and new obstacles during these times are presenting themselves daily.   Community associations will have to deal with many of these developments in stride and are expected … Read Full Post

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Navigating Community Associations Through The COVID-19 Emergency: DBPR Orders Community Associations’ Emergency Powers Apply to COVID-19

Part I: Florida DBPR Orders Community Associations’ Emergency Powers Apply to COVID-19 COVID-19 has affected community associations in various ways, and new obstacles during these times are presenting themselves daily.   Community associations will have to deal with many of these … Read Full Post

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Commercial Evictions 101

One of the most important considerations for commercial property owners and managers is maintaining tenant occupancy.  However, commercial property owners and managers will inevitably encounter tenants who refuse to pay rent or who refuse to vacate the premises after the … Read Full Post

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Conditional Payment Bonds: Owners and Contractors Beware

Whether you are an owner, contractor, subcontractor, or supplier, payment problems on a construction project can have dire consequences.  To better protect against those payment problems, and depending on the type of construction project, Florida law gives certain persons the … Read Full Post

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