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Everybody’s Sick: The Best Ways to Prevent Illness in a Multifamily Community, with Dr. Jason Mansour of Broward Health

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Does it seem like everyone around you is coughing, sniffling, or under the weather? It’s no coincidence—we’re currently in the middle of cold and flu season. Join Donna DiMaggio Berger and guest Dr. Jason Mansour …

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Condominium Rule Restrictions of Door-to-Deliveries: A Right or a Convenience?

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In today’s world, almost anything you can fathom can be conveniently delivered to your door. Whether it is pet food, medicine, or your next meal, you can have seemingly anything you want delivered without ever leaving the comfort of your …

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The Danger of Substituting Artificial Intelligence for Your Attorney

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“Don’t confuse your Google Search with My Law Degree.” This is a popular saying found on attorney coffee mugs these days, and this sentiment does not seem so farfetched as we live in a world increasingly dependent on autonomy and …

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Things Associations Should Know About Tax Deed Sales

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Every so often associations will unexpectedly receive notice that a tax deed has been applied for in connection with a parcel or condominium unit in the community. Those notices will describe tax certificates, provide a redemption amount, and state the …

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Practical Policies & Protocols Your Board Needs to Adopt with Claude Jennings, Jr.

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What’s the secret to a highly functioning community association? Host Donna DiMaggio Berger and Take It To the Board’s producer, Claude Jennings Jr. look back on Take It To The Board’s 2023 season …

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Collection Dispute Confounds Board

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Q: We have an owner in our condominium community who refuses to pay the current monthly assessment. Each month, she sends a check based on our budget from 2 years ago. She says she has not received a copy of …

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Remote Board Meetings Questioned

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Q: Can the board of a homeowners’ association hold “Zoom only” meetings and not permit Owners to attend? (M.M., via e-mail)

A: Subject to certain exceptions, I do not believe a board can circumvent the “sunshine laws” by using …

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Is Self-Insurance Possible For Community Associations?

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Insurance premiums have always constituted a significant percentage of most community association budgets, but astronomical increases in recent years have completely changed the budget landscape. In addition to unaffordable premiums, many insurers are denying full replacement cost coverage, demanding roof replacement …

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Eyes Everywhere – Understanding Community Surveillance Options with Louis DiGioia of IC Real Time

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Ever wondered how a camera can pick out a face in the crowd or if that gym security camera is a watchful guardian or an intrusive eye? Discover the intricate dance between security and privacy in our neighborhoods, as host, 

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“Association Wants to Go ‘Paperless’” – News-Press

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Q: Our condominium association wants to go “paperless” as much as possible for our meetings and move to “virtual” meetings both for convenience and cost savings. Do you have any guidelines on what this involves? (S.R., via e-mail) …

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