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Can I Run for the Condo Board If I Haven’t Paid A Fine?

Posted in Board Eligibility, Elections

Question:  My condominium association imposed a $500 fine against me in 2016 for an alleged violation of the parking restrictions. I never paid the fine because I disputed their allegation and because the board selectively enforces the parking restrictions.  When I received the notice for the 2017 annual meeting and election I submitted my intent… Continue Reading

Delinquent Owners not Eligible for the Board of Directors in Florida Condominiums & HOAs

Posted in Board Eligibility, Elections, Suspensions, Fines & Remedies

Question: I live in a homeowners’ association and recently submitted my intent to run for the board. However, my name was not included on the ballot that was mailed out to all of the owners. When I asked the association about it, the association said I was not eligible because I had an unpaid $100.00… Continue Reading

Who Can Serve on the Board?

Posted in Reader Q&A

The Florida Condominium Act says that “any unit owner or other eligible person” may be a candidate for the board of directors. If the articles and bylaws are silent regarding board eligibility, then a non-unit owner would be eligible to run.