Tag Archives: Condominium Law

Avoiding Selective Rules Enforcement For Condo Associations

One of the most challenging aspects of effectively running and operating a condominium association is the constant turnover in board membership and the inconsistency this creates concerning rules enforcement.  Most association board seats are up for reelection every one to … Read Full Post

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Florida 2019 Legislative Update For Local Governments: Permit Fee Transparency

Over the past few years each legislative session in Florida seems to generate new laws that impose various requirements on local governments. Some are labeled “unfunded mandates” and others are described as an assault on “home rule”.  But as bad … Read Full Post

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The Permitting And Pitfalls Of Coastal Armoring In Florida

According to NOAA, Florida has over 8,400 hundred miles of coastline.  That is second only to Alaska.  Since 2000, 79 tropical or subtropical storms have impacted the state of Florida.  Many of us cringe when we hear the names Floyd, … Read Full Post

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Florida Condominium Associations: What Is A Nuisance?

What’s that smell? What’s that sound? What am I looking at? Whatever it is offends me. Could it be a nuisance?  Florida Condominium associations deal with nuisance complaints on a regular basis.  The challenge in addressing nuisance issues is defining … Read Full Post

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Challenging Quasi-Judicial Decisions Of A Local Government

If you own operate a business, rent to commercial tenants, develop real estate or even just own a parcel containing a single-family home, chances are, you are going to have to seek some sort of regulatory approval from a local … Read Full Post

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Considerations For Community Association’s Use Of Drones For Covenant Enforcement And Maintenance Inspections

There are benefits to community associations using drones for issues such as covenant enforcement and common area maintenance.  The biggest of which is the cost effectiveness and efficiency of using drones instead of individuals to perform these inspections.  However, there … Read Full Post

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Can A Condominium Impose Special Assessments For Necessary Or Routine Maintenance?

Although it is rarely welcomed by the owners, condo associations are permitted by Florida statute to impose special assessments for necessary and routine maintenance. There are a lot of considerations that come into play in deciding whether special assessments for … Read Full Post

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Exit Strategy: What Are Considerations For Preparing To Sell My Business?

Selling your business is one of the most important decisions you will ever make.  The reasons for selling your business can vary.  It can be a well planned event culminating decades of hard work, it can occur quickly due to … Read Full Post

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What Does the Sign Say Part II: Practical Solutions for Local Governments

As was discussed in Part I of this blog series, all signs are subject to some form of regulation while also carrying First Amendment protection.  This almost always leads to sign regulations that are confusing, inadequate, dated, and often, unconstitutional. … Read Full Post

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Florida Law On Pre-Turnover And Post-Turnover Community Association Contracts

Community associations are businesses.  Not only are they corporate entities, but they collect revenue (i.e., owner assessments) and incur expenses planned for through a yearly budget.  Just like any other business, community associations find themselves in unfavorable contractual relationships with … Read Full Post

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