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Short-Term Rental Developments: Profits Not Necessary to Violate Residential Use Covenant

Short-term rental arrangements continue to plague community associations, with owners and powerful lobbying groups for companies like Airbnb constantly devising new tactics for avoiding restrictions.

“With Airbnb and those platforms becoming such a huge percentage of rentals,” says Jennifer Horan, a shareholder in the Naples, Fla., office of Becker & Poliakoff, …

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An Association’s Obligation Regarding Neighbor Versus Neighbor Disputes

Community Associations have an obligation to enforce their governing documents. However, that obligation does not extend to policing, mediating, or resolving disputes between owners, without a corresponding covenant violation. Associations have an obligation to all owners of the community to do what is in the best interest of all owners, not just the select …

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Can One Section Ban Rentals?

Q: I live in a condominium and there are several disruptive annual renters.  There are six different sections but only one board.  Each section is governed by their own declaration of condominium.  Can one section approve an amendment to their declaration banning rentals even while other sections still allow rentals? G.P.

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