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Community Association Legislative Update 2021 – Part II

Community Association Legislative Update 2021 – Part II

Florida’s 2021 Legislative Session is almost concluded. There are again a number of proposed bills relating to community … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Homeowners Association, Legislation
Community Association Legislative Update 2021 – Part I

Community Association Legislative Update 2021 – Part I

There are number of bills filed in the current legislative session that could have a significant impact on the operation and … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Homeowners Association, Legislation
New Florida Statute Prohibits Discriminatory Restrictions in Florida Title Transactions

New Florida Statute Prohibits Discriminatory Restrictions in Florida Title Transactions

The United States Supreme Court has ruled on housing discrimination cases since the early 1940’s.  Such key cases include … more

Posted in Amendments, Community Association, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Fair Housing Act Issues, Governing Documents, Homeowners Association, Legislation, Rules and Regulations
Florida Changes Registration Requirements for 55+ Communities

Florida Changes Registration Requirements for 55+ Communities

As anyone involved with Florida community associations will tell you, trying to keep up with the changes in rules and laws … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Fair Housing Act Issues, Homeowners Association, Legislation
Court Declares Retroactive Approval of Condominium Material Alterations Unlawful

Court Declares Retroactive Approval of Condominium Material Alterations Unlawful

In Bailey v. Shelborne Ocean Beach Hotel Cd’m. Ass’n., Inc. Case Nos.: 3D17-0559 and 3D17-0767 (Fla 3d DCA July 15, … more

Posted in Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Material Alterations
How “Minimal” Can Common Elements Be in a Condominium?

How “Minimal” Can Common Elements Be in a Condominium?

This was the question raised in the recent Florida Third District Court of Appeal case of IconBrickell Condominium No. Three … more

Posted in Common Elements, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Governing Documents
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