Category: Discussion

Rules and Regulations: To Record or Not to Record, That’s the Question

I am never at a loss to identify content for our firm’s newsletters. Instead, it’s often a decision of which…

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Fining Hearings May Be “Off Limits” During the Pandemic

As many readers of our monthly newsletter already know, in order to be valid, a fine for the violation of…

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Proof of Mailing

While electronic communications are becoming much more prevalent with many offices moving to digital files, mailed notices are still a…

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The Association’s Right to Self-Determination

Serving as a director on a community association’s board of directors, (or even as a member of its architectural review…

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Coronavirus and its implications for emergency board powers

As is typical when the law changes or an unexpected event arises, it doesn’t take long for the issue to…

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Being Neighborly Could Cost You

No good deed goes unpunished, or so the sardonic saying goes. It certainly seems fitting in the context of this…

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Internet Trolling or a Potential Lawsuit – The Fair Housing Act and Association Websites

By the time of this article’s publication, most condominium associations have come into compliance with Section 718.111(12)(g)(1), Florida Statutes, which…

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You Have Power Radio – Episode #35

A discussion on HOA laws, rules, and violations.

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You Have Power Radio – Episode #24

A discussion on short-term rentals with multiple perspectives.

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You Have Power Radio – Episode #16

Watch as we tackle a handful of HOA issues and how your rights equate.

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