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Premises Liability for Failure to Enforce

There are two recent cases of which community association boards should be particularly aware of.  Both cases involved residents who were injured by third parties but who filed suit against their association claiming that the association was also partly responsible for their damages because of their failure to enforce the rules and restrictions in …

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What Can a Board Do about a Rude Officer or Director?

Most community association governing documents as well as applicable corporate statutes grant the board the right to appoint and remove officers.  This is important when an officer proves to be prone to bad/rude behavior.  The board likely has the right to vote to remove this individual as an officer (president, vice president, treasurer, secretary) …

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Does This Alteration to the Condominium Require Membership Approval?

A “material alteration or addition” is one that “palpably or perceptively var[ies] or change[s] the form, shape, elements, or specifications of a building in such a manner as to appreciably affect or influence its function, use, or appearance.”  Sterling Village Condominium, Inc. v. Breitenbach, 251 So. 2d 685, 687 (Fla. 4th …

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Peticiones Falsas

Continuamos con el tema de animales para apoyo emocional. Como todos ustedes saben, siempre existirán personas que intentan aprovecharse del sistema.   Por ejemplo, una persona hace una petición para traer un animal para apoyo emocional y presenta una “nota del médico” o una “receta médica” que dice mi paciente sufre de depresión y …

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