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The Association Was Served With A Writ Of Garnishment For An Employee/Vendor…Now What?

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If the garnishment concerns a judgment against an employee/vendor of the Association, then the Association’s only concern is with ensuring that it is properly withholding from distribution to that employee/vendor the portion of the payment which is subject to garnishment. …

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Community Update, Volume 11, 2014

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As the end of the year approaches, we find ourselves reflecting on those with the inspiration and vision to shape our industry.  This year, we sadly experienced the passing of Gary Poliakoff, our Firm’s co-founder and pioneer in the field …

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Community Update, Volumes 7 & 8, 2014

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Here it is – our Special Legislative Issue of Community Update. This year CALL had significant impact on the new laws and published detailed guides to the legislation. Legislation this year included guidance for associations with respect to abandoned units, …

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Community Update, Volume 6, 2014

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There have been numerous articles in the press regarding forced sales of condominium units. A law adopted in 2007 changed the procedure to terminate a condominium. Do you understand the termination process? As an owner, do you have any say …

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Community Update, Volume 5, 2014

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Our legislative town halls have provided active community leaders with insights into the new laws that impact community association operations. Over 100 people attended the session held in Fort Lauderdale where the panel consisted of no less than six (6) …

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Community Update, Volume 4, 2014

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Slow moving mortgage foreclosures often result in homes or units being vacant for years with the owner completely ignoring what transpires with respect to the property.  The association notices someone seems to be living there – who is that person?  …

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