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Can a Candidate Withdraw From a Condominium Election and Then Change Their Mind?

Question:  The bylaws of our condominium association specify that the board of Directors shall be comprised of not less than five nor more than seven members.  Six members filed their applications for candidacy by the required deadline (40 days before the annual meeting).  One of the members subsequently sent an email requesting that …

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Are Social Event Expenses a Proper Expense for Florida Condominium Associations?

Question: My condominium association holds an annual holiday party at a nearby restaurant. The association pays for everything, including the banquet hall, food and refreshments, by using common funds. Is this a proper common expense? J.A.

Answer: Maybe. Your condominium association’s governing documents likely include a definition of “common …

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The (Tree) Root of the Problem: Who Is Responsible When Tree Roots and Branches Cause Damage?

They say good fences make good neighbors. But trees, on the other hand, have been known to strain the relationship between neighbors. Damage and disruption amongst neighboring lot owners, caused by tree roots and branches, is a very common problem in Florida. Not surprisingly, Florida courts have addressed this issue and have carved out a …

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