- Can a condominium association deny an owner the right to rent his unit if his assessments are unpaid
- Is your condominium’s right of approval enforceable?
- Suspension of Voting Rights in a Florida condominium
- New laws directly affect Property Managers
- New estoppel legislation in 2017
- Unpaid assessments of previous owner are not always owed by the foreclosure buyer
- Are your condominium association’s finances in good shape?
- The Legalities of Association Fines
- Accord and Satisfaction eliminated for condominium assessments
- Lien stripping in Chapter 7 eliminated by Supreme Court
- Court dashes hopes of associations to nullify mortgages.
- Who can serve on the Condominium Board of Directors?
- Can a condominium association amend the Declaration to restrict an owner’s right to lease her unit?
- When does a tenant need to vacate the property after a home mortgage is foreclosed?
- Are images captured on the Association’s security cameras “official records”?
- Tips to Avoid Bad Debt Losses
- Owners Have Rights: Even Valid Condominium Rules Are Not Always Enforceable
- When Are Directors Personally Liable For Their Conduct As Board Members?
- Know The Limits of a Condominium Board’s Authority
- A Little Reason by the Board of Directors Never Hurts
- Grandfather Status For Condominium Unit Owners
- Property Managers Must Help Their Condominium Collection Attorneys
- Material Alteration of the Common Elements: Owners Don’t Always Have a Right of Approval
- Condominium Lien Foreclosures vs. the Rights of Mortgage Holders
- Changes to the Florida Condominium Act are not always enforceable
- Associations cannot impose a fine without prior, proper notice to the owner
- Selective Enforcement – Is that your defense?
- Withholding maintenance dues is not a good idea
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