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Putting the Puzzle Together Regarding Insurance Coverage and Exclusions

In those pages and pages of insurance documents detailing your available insurance coverage you’ll also find exclusions explaining what is not covered in your insurance policy. There might, however, be some exceptions to those exclusions that should keep the claim from being excluded under the policy. Confused yet?

That knotted paradigm is …

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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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Can or Should Community Associations Impose Firearm Regulations through Governing Documents

The recent senseless slaughter of school children in Parkland, Florida has fueled and reignited the long-simmering debate about gun control in our society. Community associations are not immune to violent tragedies, including gun deaths.

We are all familiar with the case involving Trayvon Martin, a teenager who was shot and killed by …

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Garage Sale or Thrift Shop in Disguise? Doesn’t Matter. Your Homeowners Association Can do Something About it

This time of year a lot of people are cleaning out their closets, gathering up unused household items, and having garage sales.  It is also the time when many communities are having community-wide garage sales.  But what about the homeowners who on a regular basis fill their driveway with multiple used strollers, suitcases, microwaves, …

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Basic Tips for Hiring a Community Association Manager

Community association property management is a field that has experienced significant growth in recent years.  Florida Law requires licensure by individuals who, for compensation, provide management services for community associations with more than ten (10) units, or those with annual budgets that exceed $100,000 (CAM licensing).  Currently, Florida has over 10,000 licensed property managers.  …

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