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Special Assessments May Provide Insured Cash Flow After Storm

Two weeks ago today, Hurricane Irma tore through in Southwest Florida. All things considered, it could have certainly been much worse. However, it was as bad as it gets for those who lost their lives, and some communities suffered relatively substantial property damage. So, over the next several weeks, this column will focus on …

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Associations Should Send Out Billing Notice For Special Assessments

Question:        I recently read one of your prior columns discussing the process for a condominium association to impose a special assessment and you stated that once an assessment has been levied, the Association should send out a notice to the owners setting forth the specific purpose of the special assessment and the …

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New Laws Generate More Questions…

Question:        Your recent column regarding the new laws stated that associations with websites must post their “estoppel certificate” information on the website. If the association currently has a website available to its members only, does it need to be expanded to allow outsiders to obtain estoppel information? If so, what information is …

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New Laws Can Cause Confusion

Question:        I read your recent column regarding the new Florida statutes. I am the manager of a homeowners’ association. The maintenance man and I each have a debit card in the association’s name for purchases of materials, emergency repairs, and the like. Under the new legislation, would we be allowed to continue …

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