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Category: Governing Documents

Is Self-Help Required?

Is Self-Help Required?

While one of the primary functions of an association is to maintain and enforce the owners’ obligations imposed upon them … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Enforcement of the Governing Documents, Governing Documents, Homeowners Association
Helping to Alleviate Condominium Unit Owner Reservations About New Statutory Reserve Requirements

Helping to Alleviate Condominium Unit Owner Reservations About New Statutory Reserve Requirements

The unanimous passage of Florida Senate Bill-4D was met with jeers, cheers and fears to some degree by nearly every … more

Posted in Banks and Mortgages, Budgets, Building Maintenance, Condominium Association, Governing Documents, Legislation, Reserve Accounts, Surfise Collapse/Structural Integrity Reserve Study
Not My Building Not My Problem: Special Assessments, Cost of Repairs, and Who Has to Pay

Not My Building Not My Problem: Special Assessments, Cost of Repairs, and Who Has to Pay

Condominium associations exist in high concentration throughout Florida, many of which are made of a collection of … more

Posted in Building Maintenance, Condominium Association, Governing Documents, Insurance, Special Assessment
Assessments Past Due? What Should You Do Before Sending to Your Attorney for Collection Action?

Assessments Past Due? What Should You Do Before Sending to Your Attorney for Collection Action?

Reviewing the association’s financials on a regular basis is one of the cornerstones of managing an association and … more

Posted in Assessment Collection, Community Association, Condominium Association, Governing Documents, Homeowners Association, Legislation
Associations Assignment Authority to Management Agent Confirmed

Associations Assignment Authority to Management Agent Confirmed

In Seaside Town Council v. Seaside Community Development Corp, 1D19-755 (Fla. 1st DCA 2021), Florida’s First District … more

Posted in Contracts, Court Decisions of Importance, Governing Documents
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
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