Journal

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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Newsletter – March 2020

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

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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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Documenting and Proving Violations at Trial

Much is made of maintaining records regarding homeowner delinquencies, including the issues which can arise where the community makes a…

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Newsletter – February 2020

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

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The United States Constitution and Your Declaration of Covenants

The landmark case of Shelley v. Kraemer was argued exactly seventy-two years ago as of the date of the writing…

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Covenant Preservation – A Mandatory Topic of Conversation

In 2018, the Florida legislature made perhaps one of the more important and positive changes to Chapter 720 that I’ve…

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Newsletter – January 2020

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

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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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The Community Association Bill is Back

As indicated in a recent newsletter from our firm, I fully expected the failed Community Association Bill of 2019 to…

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