Journal

Architectural Review: the Forgotten Coronavirus Dilemma

I know, I know, another coronavirus article. Can you blame me? It never ceases to amaze me as an attorney…

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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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An Update Regarding Florida Executive Orders and How it Effects Associations

First and foremost, we hope this communication finds you and yours in good health and spirits in dealing with the…

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Newsletter – June 2020

The June 2020 newsletter is live and ready! Our newsletter is focused on the newest developments in Community Association law…

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Keeping Things Above Board – Closed Board Meetings & Notices

All general meetings of the Board of Directors are open for members to attend. However, it is generally understood that…

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Keep Your Bedsheets Off My Property – Restricting the Location of Clotheslines

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

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Newsletter – May 2020

The May 2020 newsletter is live and ready! Our newsletter is focused on the newest developments in Community Association law…

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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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COVID-19 Update: Summary of Emergency Orders

Dear Valued Clients and Business Partners: First and foremost, our firm extends our best wishes for health and safety as…

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