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Category: Condominium Association

4th DCA Applies 1 Year Statute of Limitations for Deficiency Judgment

4th DCA Applies 1 Year Statute of Limitations for Deficiency Judgment

The rule in any litigation is that timing is everything. Miscalculating deadlines, and especially mis-construing application … more

Posted in Banks and Mortgages, Community Association, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Foreclosure, Homeowners Association
Community Association Statutory Pre-suit Alternative Dispute Resolution Requirements

Community Association Statutory Pre-suit Alternative Dispute Resolution Requirements

The question has been presented time after time, are we really required to participate in either a nonbinding arbitration or … more

Posted in Arbitration, Community Association, Condominium Association, Homeowners Association, Mediation
Parcel Owner Legal Standing to Challenge Assessment After Sale of Property

Parcel Owner Legal Standing to Challenge Assessment After Sale of Property

Whether a third party is liable for HOA assessments after a foreclosure sale is a highly litigated issue in Florida. Often, … more

Posted in Assessment Collection, Community Association, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Foreclosure, Governing Documents, Homeowners Association
Turnover From Developer Control

Turnover From Developer Control

Anxieties amongst homeowners can run high at learning that their homeowners or condominium association will soon be going … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Governing Documents, Homeowners Association, Turnover from Developer Control
Are Florida Courts Tightening the Noose Around Private Beach Use?

Are Florida Courts Tightening the Noose Around Private Beach Use?

With over 825 miles of accessible beaches, and nearly 1,000 people moving to Florida per day, the battle between public … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Homeowners Association, Litigation/Evidence, Real Estate Law
A Condominium Board’s Conundrum When Levying Special Assessments

A Condominium Board’s Conundrum When Levying Special Assessments

Pursuant to Section 718.111(1)(a), the officers and directors of condominium association owe a fiduciary duty to the unit … more

Posted in Budgets, Building Maintenance, Community Association, Condominium Association, Homeowners Association, Special Assessment
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