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Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Part I – How to Navigate Management Company Transitions

Posted in CAM, Managers (CAMS)

Hopefully, most of us enter into relationships with the expectation that they will last. However, for those of us past adolescence, we realize that even long-term relationships can end and, even when they were good for a long time, the manner in which they do can overshadow everything that preceded that ending. In the next… Continue Reading

New Bills Will Significantly Impact HOA Operations in Florida

Posted in advocacy, CAM, Legislation

Representative John Cortes has filed three separate bills which significantly impact community associations, and in particular, homeowners’ associations. The bills are: HB 653, Relating to Homeowners’ Associations:  The bill, among other things, provides that the Division of Condominium, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes will be renamed as the Division of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations, Timeshares and Mobile… Continue Reading

Drones & Privacy – Condo and HOA leaders need to know about a new law called the Freedom from Unwanted Surveillance Act.

Posted in CAM, Covenant Enforcement/Violations, Legislation

This new law went into effect July 1. It prohibits a person, state agency or political subdivision from using a drone to capture the image of a privately owned property or anyone on the property with the intent to conduct surveillance. Those that wish to use drone technology in this manner must have written consent… Continue Reading