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Incidental Damages, Who Pays?

Certainly, if the association is negligent in performing its maintenance and such negligence causes damage to the owner’s unit or personal property, the association is liable for the damage. But, what about situations where the association must cut into unit ceilings, floors or walls to repair common element pipes? The resulting damage is not the result of negligence in these instances. But is it fair for the unit owners to pay for the repairs when they had nothing to do with causing the damage?

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Hurricane Preparedness & Insurance Claims Recovery Webinar

Members of Becker & Poliakoff’s Hurricane Preparedness and Claims Recovery Team presented “Hurricane Season 2009: Are You Ready to Weather the Storm?”

Shareholders Ken Direktor and Herb Brock explained the importance of developing a disaster plan that includes safeguarding documents by making digital backups, advising residents of local …

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Condominium Warranties and the Statute of Limitations

It is important for all condominium purchasers to know the very strong warranties that come with their purchase of a condominium unit. A developer grants each first-time purchaser of a condominium unit implied warranties under Section 718.203, Florida Statutes. The warranties are for fitness of purchase and merchantability and commence upon the issuance of …

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