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Erika Heads Our Way – Is Your Community Prepared?

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With Tropical Storm Erika bearing down upon us and likely to hit our shores over the weekend or early next week, it is important for you to know what to do if your community suffers a property loss …

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Florida Shared Ownership Statutes Continue to Catch up with Digital Age

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Given the significant percentage of Floridians living in all types of shared ownership communities, it is not surprising that each year we see at least a handful of bills pass which directly or indirectly impact those private residential communities and …

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Can a Realtor Request a Copy of the Association HOA Budget?

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Question: Can a realtor request a copy of the association HOA budget? One of the properties in our Association went through all the foreclosure proceedings and the bank is now the owner. A realtor who is representing the …

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Governing Documents Determine How Parking Spaces Are Defined

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Question: The association in my condominium is trying to reassign all the parking spaces, which were originally assinged by the developer in 1969. I have a two bedroom unit and ever since I moved 15 years ago, I’ve …

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Defining a Nuisance in your Community

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If you live in a shared ownership community, you have likely heard the term “nuisance” bandied about now and then. It is an unfortunate byproduct of living in close quarters with others that at some point, another person’s conduct may …

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Can an HOA Manager Advocate on Behalf of a Board Candidate in an Election?

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Question: Our HOA has an election at its annual meeting (October 18, 2014) for two open board seats.  This year there are 4 candidates, of which 1 is an incumbent.  The Association Manager placed the incumbents name first …

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