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2021 Legislative Changes affecting Associations (Part 2)

Senate Bill 56 has been signed into law and will take effect July 1, 2021. This act relates to community association assessment notice. We have outlined the most significant amendments below: CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATIONS Affirmative acknowledges made pursuant to s 718.121(4)(c) are part of the official records of the association. This affirmative acknowledgement is an acknowledgement […]

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2021 Legislative Changes affecting Associations (Part 1)

Senate Bill 630 is anticipated to become law and would take effect July 1, 2021. How will this affect Associations? Please see some of the highlights below! CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION 718.111 Official Records Bids for work only need to be maintained for one year after receipt of the bid. Association members do not have to state […]

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Coronavirus and your Community: Reopening Pools

The temperature is rising, children have been home from school for over a month now and Floridians are starting to become stir crazy. Many of our clients closed their community pools due to the mandatory state-wide stay-at-home order issued for the month of April but now that the stay-at-home order has been lifted, are facing […]

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Part IV: FAQ

This is the fourth and final part of a planned series of posts advising our community association clients and their management companies how to proceed and conduct business during these unprecedented times.  We've been closely monitoring all of the latest developments in the news and with our local government authorities to keep our clients advised […]

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Force Majeure Clauses, Contract Defenses and COVID-19

With coronavirus (COVID- 19) cases increasing exponentially by the hour and stay-at-home orders being issued throughout most counties in the Florida, our small business clients are feeling the impacts as many are required to leave their offices or retail or restaurant fronts vacant (while rent is still coming due). As of March 30th, President Trump […]

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Part III: Handling Collections with Care

This is the third part of a planned series of posts advising our community association clients and their management companies how to proceed and conduct business during these unprecedented times.  As the crisis continues across America and millions are losing their jobs or facing reduced pay or hours, the White House has announced steps on […]

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Part II: Closing Your Common Areas

This is the second part of a planned series of posts advising our community association clients and their management companies how to proceed and conduct business during these unprecedented times.  On March 9, 2020, Governor Ron Desantis issued Executive Order Number 20-52, declaring a state of emergency in the State of Florida. On March 19, […]

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Coronavirus and your Community: Canceling your Scheduled Meetings

This is the first part of a planned series of posts advising our community association clients and their management companies how to proceed and conduct business during these unprecedented times.  With confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) increasing every day across the State of Florida and the White House on March 16, 2020 urging all […]

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Stop the Spread of COVID-19

We are looking to do our part to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) by encouraging social distancing. The health and well-being of our team and our clients is our top priority. Accordingly, our team will be working remotely through Friday, March 27, 2020.  While we have implemented additional cleaning and disinfection protocols in the […]

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