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Criminal Charges For Bad Condo Boards

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Sometimes, condo boards do not act in an ethical manner, but until recent years, very little was able to be done about it unless the board member was caught in the act. In 2017, however, Florida made major changes to its relevant laws, establishing criminal consequences for some of the acts most often reported… Read More »

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Who’s Got The Key: Condo Laws & Privacy Rights

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Most Florida condo owners, by necessity, accept a little interaction with their condo board and with maintenance people who require access to their units in order to make repairs. However, in recent months and years, it has become more common for condo associations to request even more access to units, which can be discomfiting… Read More »

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The Rights of Condo Owners

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

If you own a condominium, you have certain rights as an owner, and also as a member of the condo board if you are named or elected to it. However, there is a lot of misinformation and variable practices that go on depending on the preferences of the association. It is important to understand… Read More »

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Condo Law: What Constitutes A Nuisance?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

While every condominium complex is different, it is a fairly universal truth that anything branded a nuisance will not be tolerated. However, while every complex will have rules about how to handle a nuisance, almost none will specifically define it beyond some variant of branding something a nuisance only after it has already occurred…. Read More »

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What Is Condo Arbitration?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

One might imagine that when you have a dispute with your condo board, you might simply bring suit against them in civil court, as you would against a neighbor if you owned houses next door to each other. However, Florida law sometimes forces condo owners and associations to handle things differently; namely, within a… Read More »

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Condo Disputes & Arbitration

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

A significant portion of Floridians live in condominiums in this day and age. What many of them are unaware of is that if they have problems with the board, there may be a provision in their lease or purchase agreement that requires they submit to non-binding arbitration. While this provision does not apply to… Read More »

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Condos & Contractors: What Are Your Rights?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Especially in today’s economy, more and more business is done via the use of independent contractors, especially in areas like landscaping and other skilled trades. While this can eliminate certain issues, it can create others, especially when one or both parties may not be familiar with the law as it applies to condominium boards…. Read More »

Pet Issues In Condominiums

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Many condominium boards have passed resolutions declaring their buildings to be pet-free zones. However, there must, by law, be exceptions to this rule, for animals that assist the disabled, and also for pets grandfathered in or who are the subject of an unjust attempt at enforcement. Pets in condos are almost never as simple… Read More »

Condominium Boards and the Fair Housing Act

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

It is considered good business to thoroughly vet every potential owner who may wish to buy into your condominium or homeowner’s association. Criminal history, financial problems or other similar issues may lead you to decide not to rent to someone. However, if one investigates too far, or is too particular about the types of… Read More »

Disputes That Do Not Require Arbitration

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

In Florida, the majority of condominium-related disputes are subject to non-binding arbitration. Arbitration is held out as the method for remedy in several state statutes, and the nature of the disputes to be arbitrated is clearly laid out. However, there are many varieties of dispute that one may have with one’s condominium association that… Read More »

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