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Hurricane Preparedness for Your Community Association
posted by William B. Campbell, III, VP of Sales and Marketing, Campbell Property Management, June 6, 2016
The dreaded hurricane season is here. June 1 marks the beginning of the season, which goes until November 30. Does your community have a plan? Read more
Industry News and Articles
Keep in mind that some of the articles are directed toward HOAs or condos specifically, but most can be applied to all types of community associations.
Hurricane Shutters and Florida Condominiums
posted by Joseph Adams, Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, June 23, 2016
Since hurricane season began on June 1, this is a timely question. Section 718.113(5) of the Florida Condominium Act provides that each board of directors of a residential condominium must adopt hurricane shutter specifications for each building within each condominium operated by the association which shall include “color, style, and other factors deemed relevant by the board.” Read more
Community Association Life: Can Condo Staff be used for personal tasks by residents?
posted by John C. Goede, Esq., shareholder of the Law firm Goede, Adamczyk, DeBoest & Cross , June 21, 2016
If your community is a condominium association, Florida Statutes Chapter 718 requires all agenda items be posted in advance of the meeting. Specifically, the statute provides “adequate notice of all board meeting, which must specifically identify all agenda items, must be posted conspicuously on the condominium property at least 48 continuous house before the meeting except in an emergency.” Read more
Pet Issues are Highly Contentious in Florida Condominiums
posted by Joseph Adams, Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, June 8, 2016
Pet issues are amongst the most highly contentious issues in condominium living. Read more
posted by Jeffrey Rembaum, Esq., Kaye Bender Rembaum, June 13, 2016
Rembaum’s Association Roundup: A Failure to Pay Assessments Will Negatively Affect Credit Scores and It Is About Time and Long Overdue
Until now, failing to make timely assessment payments could lead to additional charges for late payment fees, interest charges, collection fees, and may even result in the filing of a lien against your property and foreclosure of the recorded lien. Read more
New Rental Application Processing Requirement for Service Members
posted by Yeline Goin, Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, June 14, 2016
If your community requires a prospective lessee to be approved by the association, you will want to take note of a new law that becomes effective on July 1, 2016. Read more
Beware of Faulty Fire Sprinklers
posted by Siegfried, Rivera, Hyman, Lerner, De La Torre, Mars & Sobel, P.A., Florida HOA Lawyer Blog, June 8, 2016
Fire sprinkler systems, part of a building’s “Life Safety System,” are a crucial component of condominium buildings because they help protect against damage to life and property in the event of a fire. Read more
posted by Joseph Adams, Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, June 1, 2016
What are considered “Official Records” in Florida Condominiums and HOAs?
The Florida Condominium Act (Chapter 718 of the Florida Statutes) specifically lists ballots, sign-in sheets, voting proxies, and all other papers relating to voting by unit owners as “official records” which must be maintained for one year from the date of the election/meeting. Read more
2016 Legislative and Community Association Resource Guide
posted by Yeline Goin, Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, June 29, 2016
The 2016 Legislative Session ended without any significant piece of community association legislation passing. While there were many bills impacting community associations that were filed and heard in committee, none of the major bills actually made it to the floor of either the House of Representatives or the Senate. Read more
HOA and Condominium Association Boards Must Keep Documents Current
posted by Joseph Adams, Florida Condo & HOA Law Blog, June 22, 2016
The Marketable Record Title Act (MRTA) can extinguish recorded covenants and restrictions unless they are found in a “muniment of title” or preserved pursuant to the procedure set forth in the statute. Read more
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