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In today’s litigious environment, prudent community associations will have an attorney on retainer to protect themselves and their members. However, community association law is a very focused specialty practice so finding a legal firm with attorneys well-versed in this area can be challenging. A real estate attorney represents the homeowner and may not be up...
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According to HOALeader.com, the Top Five HOA/Condo issue for 2019 are: Fire Safety. Following the 2017 high-rise fire in Hawaii and another in England which caused many deaths, the Florida legislature passed a law requiring every building of a certain description to have installed an Engineered Life Safety System or ELSS by the end of...
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Understanding Your HOA’s Covenants and Restrictions Expiration Date, and Acting to Preserve or Revitalize Them, by Colby Keefe Featured in Northeast Florida Chaper Community Association Institute, The Community Connection Magazine Community Association Managers and Board Members should beware of the inevitable expiration date of homeowner association governing documents. Depending on the time of devel­opment of...
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McCabe & Ronsman sponsors and presents this free Board Certification and Legal Update seminar for both new and seasoned Board Members alike. Friday, March 8, 2019 | 8:30 AM – 12:00 PMSt. Augustine Outlet Mall (East of I-95)500 Outlet Mall Blvd., St. Augustine, FL 32084Northern Entrance (near Bealls Outlet) Calling all Board Members and CAMs! McCabe...
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The first HOA bill for the 2019 Legislative Session was filed by Representative John Cortes (District 43-Democrat).  The bill, HB 155, requires the voting interests of the homeowner association to physically reside in community in order to recall a board director. To review the original filed version, Visit: https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sections/Documents/loaddoc.aspx?FileName=_h0155__.docx&DocumentType=Bill&BillNumber=0155&Session=2019
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In many ways it was another sunny Wednesday morning in the Town of Hastings. The fields were being worked, the cabbage was getting boxed, the streets were quiet and the basketball court at Al Wilke Park was seeing some use from an impromptu game. But behind the cluttered desk of the otherwise empty office of...
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