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CDC Wins the Battle on Eviction Moratoriums . . . For Now

CDC Wins the Battle on Eviction Moratoriums . . . For Now

The COVID-19 pandemic and the associated actions taken to help mitigate its effects on public health and the economy have … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, COVID-19, Foreclosure, Homeowners Association, Tenant/Landlord
Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act

Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act

On July 1, 2020, Florida became the tenth state to adopt the Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act (“UCRERA”) … more

Posted in Banks and Mortgages, Foreclosure, Real Estate Law, Receivership, Tenant/Landlord
Legal Disposition of Abandoned Property in Florida

Legal Disposition of Abandoned Property in Florida

At the expiration, abandonment or termination of a tenancy, tenants often leave personal property behind. Landlords may be … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Homeowners Association, Tenant/Landlord
Community Association Not Liable for its Receiver’s Actions

Community Association Not Liable for its Receiver’s Actions

Whether a tenant who prevailed in an eviction lawsuit was able to recover his attorneys fees from the community association … more

Posted in Community Association, Condominium Association, Homeowners Association, Receivership, Tenant/Landlord
Proposed Mortgage Foreclosure Legislation May Negatively Impact Competitive Bidding at Community Association Foreclosure Sales

Proposed Mortgage Foreclosure Legislation May Negatively Impact Competitive Bidding at Community Association Foreclosure Sales

In today’s lien foreclosure market, most community associations benefit from competitive bidding at their lien foreclosure … more

Posted in Assessment Collection, Banks and Mortgages, Community Association, Condominium Association, Foreclosure, Homeowners Association, Legislation, Tenant/Landlord
Your Tenant’s Water Leak Damaged My Unit – Now Pay Up – 4th DCA Says Otherwise

Your Tenant’s Water Leak Damaged My Unit – Now Pay Up – 4th DCA Says Otherwise

In Universal Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co. v. Loftus, 276 So. 3d 849 (Fla. 4th DCA 2019) the Court held Section 718.111(11)(j), … more

Posted in Condominium Association, Court Decisions of Importance, Insurance, Tenant/Landlord
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