Category: Condo & Homeowner Associations

Can Your Condo Board Vote by E-mail?

Sep 15, 2014 - Condo & Homeowner Associations

Attorney In the age of technology most of us communicate with one another using electronic mediums, such as email, a majority of time. For those who serve as a director on their condominium association board, using …

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5 Questions to Keep in Mind When Outside Groups Request to Use Association Property

Sep 11, 2014 - Condo & Homeowner Associations

Attorney School is back in session. That means that sports teams, organizations and groups are in full swing with activities. It’s possible that an outside group might inquire about using your community’s common areas like sports fields …

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You Have the Money, Now What? Top 4 Pitfalls and Common Concerns in Handling Payments from Owners

Sep 8, 2014 - Condo & Homeowner Associations

What may seem like the deceivingly simple task of billing owners for assessments and collecting payments becomes muddled when statutes, conflicting case law and common sense mix with day‑to‑day business practices. These are a few issues …

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Bankruptcy: The Top 5 Things Every Condominium & Homeowner Association Rrepresneative Should Know

Aug 11, 2014 - Condo & Homeowner Associations

Attorney No aspect of community association collections is shrouded in more mystery than bankruptcy. While not an area in which one should dabble, knowing a little about bankruptcy can help you understand an association’s rights and responsibilities …

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Affidavit of Annual Budget Mailing Critical to Ability to Collect Assessments

Nov 4, 2013 - Condo & Homeowner Associations

In a recent case heard in Pinellas County, Florida the Court denied the homeowners association entitlement to an award of its assessments the community association manager filed an “ambiguous” affidavit to prove that the notice of annual budget meeting was …

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