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Since the introduction of COVID-19 into our state, government entities, businesses, community associations, and citizens have been monitoring news sources, government communications, and health care professional communications to learn more about the virus, its potential health and economic effects, and potential mitigation measures available. Finding the line between an over reactionary and proactive, prudent responsive...
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Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, January 16, 2020—Edward Ronsman Esq., Board Certified Attorney in Condominium and Planned Development Law, to present seminar at CAI 2020 Community Association Law Seminar Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada – Saturday, January 18, 9-10am. Developer Transition and Identifying Defects: Perspectives from Community Association and Construction Defect Counsel; Hear from Florida...
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Come See Ed Ronsman, Board Certified Specialist in Condominium & Planned Development Law. Special guest, Nov. 8th @ 8:30am. For more information call us today!
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The entire state of Florida is keeping an eye on Hurricane Dorian over the Labor Day Weekend. We strongly encourage Board members, volunteers, and managers to begin preparing for this storm event and formulate a hurricane plan. Here are some quick pointers from your legal team at McCabe & Ronsman: Hurricane Preparedness Checklist
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For Immediate ReleaseContact: Mike McCabe, Partner(904) 396-0090                                                                                            Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, June 25, 2019—McCabe & Ronsman has relocated to larger offices in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, effective June 17, 2019. The new address is 110 Solana Road, Suite 102, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082. The telephone (904-396-0090) and fax (904-396-0088) numbers, as well as email...
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The condominium act (Chapter 718 Florida Statutes), the cooperative act (Chapter 719 Florida Statutes) and the homeowners association act (Chapter 720 Florida Statutes) do not specify what time or what day a board meeting should be held.  Review the Bylaws to ascertain if your community has dealt with this issue in the past. If unspecified in...
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