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Becker Uncovers Collusion Between Florida OIR & Citizens Insurance

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Citizens Property Insurance allegedly overcharged Florida condominium association policyholders for years, according to the Fort Lauderdale, FL., law firm Becker. The firm also accuses the Florida Office of Insurance Regulations (OIR) of partaking in secret communications with the insurer, which resulted in a consent order being issued without a trial or considering the legality …

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Addressing “Exploding” Frustrations Related to Fireworks Under New Law

Section 791.08, Florida Statutes, took effect on April 8, 2020 and has several implications for Florida homeowners’ associations. The statute provides that fireworks may be lawfully used on certain “designated holidays” which are defined as New Year’s Eve (December 31st), New Year’s Day (January 1st), and Independence Day (July 4th). Igniting fireworks any other …

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Should an Association Allow Its Clubhouse, or Other Common Area, to Be Used for Gambling?

While there are certain exceptions, generally, any game of chance is considered gambling. Section 849.08, Florida Statutes, defines gambling as follows:

“Gambling.—Whoever plays or engages in any game at cards, keno, roulette, faro or other game of chance, at any place, by any device whatever, for money or other thing of value, …

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