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Review Your Insurance Policy to Ensure That Your Claim Won’t Be Decided in—New York?

Florida was battered by Hurricane Irma in 2017 and Hurricane Michael in 2018. Many individuals, businesses, and associations are still trying to recover from those devastating storms. It is common for insurance litigation to linger for years, even decades, after the storm has passed. Indeed, Hurricane Wilma related disputes continue to make their way …

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2018 Hurricane Recovery & Disaster Preparedness Guide – Now Available Online

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Disaster planning is a fundamental fact of life for all Floridians. Community association boards and managers are responsible for preparing their communities as hurricane season approaches. Our Hurricane Recovery Team is ready to partner with you to help you weather the storm by providing important tips and information to protect your community.

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Community Association Legislative Guide, 2018

CALL’s Florida Community Association Legislative Guide 2018 is now available. The Guide is applicable to all three types of shared-ownership communities (condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowners’ associations).

Of the twenty-plus community association bills filed during the 2018 Legislative Session, just two community association bills were passed and approved by …

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Community Association Legislative Guide, 2017

CALL’s Florida Community Association Legislative Guide 2017 (“Guide”) is now available online.

The 2017 Legislative Session ended with several bills passing that will have a significant effect on community associations: HB 1237, Relating to Condominiums; SB 398, Relating to Estoppel Certificates, and HB 6027, Relating to Financial Reporting. …

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