Florida Condominium Law Blog


My unit is flooded from a neighbor’s condo! Who pays for a condominium leak or dry-outs afterwards?

It’s not unusual for condominium owners to experience leaks that don’t come for their own unit.  Being surrounded by other people’s unit above, below, and on the sides, makes leaks inevitable from a neighbor’s condo.  When you add in owners … Read Full Post

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Condominium Association Conflict Of Interest And Required Disclosure

In 2017, Florida enacted legislation that specifically required disclosure when a condominium association conflict of interest arises between a director or officer and a vendor.  Specifically, Fla. Stat. 718.3027(1) states that the two situations below create a rebuttable presumption of … Read Full Post

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Rule Enforcement Authority of Rules and Regulations made by a Community Association Board

The Florida Homeowners’ Association Act and the Florida Condominium Act provide a community association’s board of directors with authority to promulgate rules and regulations concerning the association property and its members.  The creation and enforcement of an association’s rules and … Read Full Post

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How To Ensure A Successful Condominium Annual Meeting And Board Election

As the calendar turns to fall and we approach the end of the year, it is time again for board members and managers to make sure they are prepared for their annual meetings, including board elections.  While running an effective … Read Full Post

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How To Analyze A Condominium Board Member Recall In Florida

What option do you have when your condominium association board has conducted its self in a manner that your community believes is not in its best interests?   Depending on election terms and cycles you may not want to endure years … Read Full Post

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How To Recall A Condominium Board Member In Florida

What option do you have when your condominium association board has conducted its self in a manner that your community believes is not in its best interests?   Depending on election terms and cycles you may not want to endure years … Read Full Post

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Making Sense: Legal And Practical Considerations Of A Community Association Committee In Florida

Most condominium and homeowners’ associations have committees in place to assist the board of directors with association operation and business, but few utilize committees properly or effectively.  The creation, purpose and authority of committees can be confusing, but it doesn’t … Read Full Post

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Five Steps For Collecting Assessment Revenue Through A Condominium Assessment Lien

Florida Condominium Associations and Homeowners Association Boards have many challenges in managing the needs of their communities. As a result, when unit owners refuse to pay their assessments, it puts everyone in a bind. Fortunately, there is a key tool … Read Full Post

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How Florida Condominium Law Impacts Collection Of A Condominium Assessment By Florida Condominium Associations

Florida condominium law is ever-evolving. As a result, an effective condominium law attorney can help ensure condominium associations are able to collect an overdue condominium assessment from each unit owner. In this video presentation recorded by Hans C. Wahl, he explains … Read Full Post

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Collect What Is Due: Effective Association Collection Strategies And Policies

One of the most consistent challenges for condominium association boards in Florida is receiving dues and assessments in a timely fashion. Therefore, it is vital for a COA or HOA to apply effective association collection strategies as part of their … Read Full Post

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