Many community associations unwittingly operate contrary to the requirements of Florida law. Those mistakes can prove costly. Pursuant to section 718.501(1)(d)(6), F.S. and Chapter 61B-21 of the Florida Administrative Code, the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshare and Mobile Homes (“Division”) sets forth disciplinary guidelines and civil penalties against condominiums and cooperatives for violations of Florida
The ability to collect interest for delinquent assessments is found in a community associations governing documents and is also recognized in Fl. Stat. Chapters 718 for condominium associations and 720 for homeowner associations. Specifically, section 718.116(3), Florida Statutes for condominium associations provides in part that unpaid assessments shall bear interest from the due date until
In property law, owning land includes owning the earth under the surface and air above the surface. Florida’s First District Court of Appeals recently addressed airspace condominium parcel rights in Sterling Breeze Owners’ Ass’n, Inc. v. New Sterling Resorts, LLC, Case No. 1D17-1553 (September 5, 2018).
The developer of Sterling Breeze built a 145 residential unit,
Even though you own a condominium, is it possible one of the associations governing your condominium unit thought to be a condominium association for decades is actually a homeowners association? Yes, it is.
Many owners in the State of Florida own condominium units under the jurisdiction of two community associations. The first, a smaller condominium association