15 03, 2019

Finally! Some Push Back on Short Term Rentals

AirBnB, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Homeowners Association, Tenant/Landlord|

After a series of rulings adverse to community associations’ and local governments’ efforts to limit or prevent short term rentals, the Third District Court of Appeal in City of Miami v. Airbnb, etc., et al., No. 3D17-1213 (Fla. 3d DCA, December 5, 2018), upheld the City of Miami’s code ordinance preventing short term rentals.

At issue

5 03, 2019

Condominiums Can Be Subject to Extinguishment Under The Marketable Record Title Act

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An interesting new decision out of Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal addresses whether an Association, whose members are unit owners within a condominium, was entitled to revive its declaration of covenants and restrictions pursuant to the Marketable Record Title Act (MRTA) as it existed in 2016.

As we have addressed in previous posts, generally speaking,

2 01, 2019

Court Decision Touches on Condominium Airspace Property Rights

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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,