In Universal Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co. v. Loftus, 276 So. 3d 849 (Fla. 4th DCA 2019) the Court held Section 718.111(11)(j), Florida Statutes, does not provide a private cause of action against condominium unit owners for the alleged negligence of the unit’s tenants. The decision underscores the complicated nature of Section 718.111(11), Florida Statutes,
Residents in Florida are no stranger to the potential hazards posed by dead, dying, diseased, and overgrown trees. In an effort to make the maintenance and removal of such trees easier for residential property owners, Florida passed into law Florida Statute §163.045 (the “Statute”). The Statute limits the ability of local governments to regulate maintenance,
Condominium sales will play a more significant role in the mortgage origination market in the next few years. The Foundation for Community Association Research (FCAR) estimates 40% of the nation’s 27 million community association households are condominiums, accounting for approximately 10% of the nation’s housing stock. However, currently condominium unit mortgages account for fewer than 2%
Arias Bosinger, PLLC is pleased to announce Rachel I. Pringle has joined the firm. She will practice out of the firm’s Melbourne office.
Rachel’s practice is primarily in real estate, land use, zoning & environmental, and administrative & regulatory law. Her practice with the firm will focus on representing community associations.
She began her career in environmental
Tampa, Fl, October 2, 2019 – Arias Bosinger, PLLC, a state leader in real estate and community association legal services, announces the opening of a new office available for consultations in Tampa, FL.
Through its office in Tampa, AriasBosinger will have the ability to satisfy the needs of the region. As a leader in the industry, AriasBosinger
In Florida, most residential real estate transactions utilize the form FAR/BAR Residential Contract for Purchase and Sale (“FAR/BAR Contract”). With over five million residential closings in Florida each year, the terms of the FAR/BAR contract impacts millions of transactions. Recently, the Fourth District Court of Appeals, in Florida Inv. Group 100, LLC v. Lafont, Case
Who’s on First? Condominium Unit Owner Joint and Several Liability for Delinquent Assessments After Foreclosure
The First District Court of Appeal decision in Coastal Creek Condominium Association, Inc. v Fla Trust Services, LLC, Case No. 1D18-1457 (Fla. 1st DCA, July 16, 2019) addressed whether a current condominium unit owner is jointly and severally liable for delinquent assessments accruing during the ownership of a remote owner. Having found that the joint
Orlando, FL. (August 29, 2019) –
Arias Bosinger, PLLC, a top real estate law firm serving clients across the Central Florida, is pleased to announce that Frank J. Lacquaniti has been promoted to partner, effective immediately.
Frank’s practice encompasses multiple areas of community association law, real estate, civil litigation and corporate law. He is a Florida Bar
Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed an Assignment of Benefits (“AOB”) reform bill aimed at protecting Florida consumers from predatory insurance practices. The new law, which took effect on July 1, 2019, is memorialized by the addition of two (2) entirely new sections to Chapter 627 of the Florida Statutes. The new law addresses abuse of