Parking Regulations Are To Be Respected, Even By Association Directors
Some Condos Limit Construction to Offseason
Board Member’s Son Not Precluded From Acting As Association Legal Counsel
Foreclosure Cases Leave Associations In Limbo
Condos & HOAs can save money by conserving water
Leaky Pipe In Air Conditioning Unit May Or May Not Be A Common Element In All Association Documents
Community-Wide Smoking Bans Are Sparking Up Debate at Condo Associations and HOAs
Florida Mobile Home Park Board Members Who Meet Chapter 720 Requirements Need Certification
What do you really learn from tenant, buyer or employee screening?
Florida Community Association Asks Members To Waive Financial Report
HOA Reserves Generally Within Board’s Discretion
Self-insuring Condominium Property is Complex and Costly
New Board Members May Need To Practice Patience
Condominium Documents Control Landscape Responsibility January 8, 2014, from Becker & Poliakoff’s Florida Condo & HOA Legal Blog.
Condo cannot collect safe harbor from mortgagee after foreclosure
All Agenda Items Need To Be Posted According To Statute
Meeting Requirements are Different for Condominiums and HOAs
Can a Manufacturer of Material Also Be a Supplier, Thus Triggering Condominium Warranties Pursuant to Section 718.203?
Court Ruling Finds Fannie Mae Does Not Qualify for Safe Harbor Protection from Liability for All Unpaid Assessments in Foreclosure Cases
Pet Pig Dispute in Lake Worth Association Makes the Nightly News
Condominium Directors “At Large” Have the Right to Vote Becker & Poliakoff’s Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, April 7, 2016.