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Community Association Legislative Guide, 2017

CALL’s Florida Community Association Legislative Guide 2017 (“Guide”) is now available online.

The 2017 Legislative Session ended with several bills passing that will have a significant effect on community associations: HB 1237, Relating to Condominiums; SB 398, Relating to Estoppel Certificates, and HB 6027, Relating to Financial Reporting. …

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Why the Florida Legislature Needs to Fix Condo Sprinkler-System Problem | Sun Sentinel Opinion

For more than a decade older high-rise condominiums throughout Florida have been discussing, debating, and exercising their legal rights with regard to sprinkler system retrofitting requirements. In 2003, the Florida Legislature responded by allowing each community to vote to opt out of sprinklers inside their units and the right to opt out of installing …

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Community Association Legislative Guide, 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. Nevertheless, it is important to …

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Community Association Legislative Guide, 2015

The Legislative Guide includes a comprehensive summary of the laws that passed that directly impact community associations, including bills dealing with insurance and other miscellaneous bills of interest.

  • Practical Pointers to help you implement the 2015 legislative changes.
  • Important Action Items highlighting what associations need to do to be …

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Community Update, Volume 11, 2014

As the end of the year approaches, we find ourselves reflecting on those with the inspiration and vision to shape our industry.  This year, we sadly experienced the passing of Gary Poliakoff, our Firm’s co-founder and pioneer in the field of community association law. We endeavor to continue his leadership through contributions to the …

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