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Summer is Ahead: Is Your Community Pool Ready?

 On July 3, 2010, a disastrous diving accident occurred at a swimming pool  located within a Palm Beach county condominium complex. The accident involved a tenant who had recently moved into the condominium complex, unaware that a leisurely trip to the complex pool would result in a life changing injury. The pool was built in [...]

By | March 26th, 2015|Articles|0 Comments

“Payment in Full” – Be Careful- It May Be!

Negotiating a check which indicates “payment in full,” may estop the Association from collecting any more funds from that owner, regardless if they legally owe more. Recently, a Florida Appellate Court ruled that an Association’s cashing of a check which included a restrictive endorsement (e.g., paid in full) is considered the full accord and satisfaction [...]

By | November 12th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

“Shame List” of Delinquent Owners – To Publish or Not to Publish?

Board members often ask if they can expose these delinquent owners by publishing their names in a newsletter or by adding such information to the minutes of a board meeting. Although such “shame lists” can sometimes motivate owners to bring their accounts current, the risks far outweigh the rewards. The most compelling reason is that [...]

By | January 14th, 2014|Articles|0 Comments

Monkey Business – May Be Allowed in Your Community!

Can your declarations stop your neighbor from operating a cleaning service from their home? With today’s technology, it has become much easier to run a business from one’s home. That, combined with the current economic climate, has resulted in more home-based businesses than ever before—and the number is only expected to increase. For a condominium [...]

By | November 20th, 2013|Articles|0 Comments