Articles Tagged with Community Association Law

From Hurricane Andrew to Hurricane Irma, the State of Florida has endured numerous destructive storms that foreshadow greater potential for destruction in the future. As evidenced by the fact that many community associations are still recovering from Hurricane Irma, communities should seek help now to ensure proper planning for the next natural disaster.   It is […]

We previously discussed in a prior blog post on Florida condo legislation that new requirements were established by the Florida Legislature pertaining to condominium association websites. These new requirements, which apply to all non-timeshare condominium associations with 150 or more units, require that the association must establish and maintain a website (if the association doesn’t already have one), and must […]

As I discussed in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, buying a condo requires a different kind of diligence than buying a single family home, because you’re going into business with strangers. You need to review documents that will clarify how the condo building is run and what rights you will have in deciding how […]