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Problem Parking in your Community Association?

It really shouldn’t come as a surprise that older multifamily communities in Florida (and elsewhere in the country) have serious parking problems these days since those communities were built decades ago when families used fewer cars.

Today, people move into these communities with three, four and sometimes five cars in tow. In …

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

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. In other words, the Association is not responsible for disputing the validity of the …

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Community Association Legislative Guide, 2015

The Legislative Guide includes a comprehensive summary of the laws that passed that directly impact community associations, including bills dealing with insurance and other miscellaneous bills of interest.

  • Practical Pointers to help you implement the 2015 legislative changes.
  • Important Action Items highlighting what associations need to do to be …

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Florida Shared Ownership Statutes Continue to Catch up with Digital Age

Given the significant percentage of Floridians living in all types of shared ownership communities, it is not surprising that each year we see at least a handful of bills pass which directly or indirectly impact those private residential communities and one primary association bill which contains both substantive changes and technical fixes needed to …

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