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Community Update, Volume 5, 2014

Our legislative town halls have provided active community leaders with insights into the new laws that impact community association operations. Over 100 people attended the session held in Fort Lauderdale where the panel consisted of no less than six (6) local legislators. CALL partnered with Biscayne Neighborhood Association, Brickell Homeowners Association, and Downtown Neighbors …

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Indemnity and the Association, Part 2

Last week I wrote about Indemnification. Specifically about hiring contractors and ensuring that contract clauses were properly worded so that the Association was being indemnified and not providing the indemnity. At the end, I concluded by noting that indemnification in the absence of adequate insurance may be illusory. What does that mean? Remember that …

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Indemnity and the Association

Indemnification. A scary word and a confusing subject. However, almost all contracts for services contain requirements for one party to indemnify the other from damages. Often these clauses are in small type of allegedly “standard form” agreements. For purposes of today’s blog, let us discuss non-construction services. Indemnification for construction contracts is governed by …

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