Does your board consider itself "special" in the eyes of your insurance agent? Do you believe your agent has a duty to advise you whether or not the coverage you are purchasing and the limits you are seeking are sufficient?
Monday, August 24, 2015
Friday, August 7, 2015
Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation pays six full-time "Senior Attorneys" to act as arbitrators in the Arbitration Section of the Division of Condominiums, Timeshares and Mobile Homes approximately $52,000 per year to handle numerous disputes throughout the State. The alternative dispute resolution provisions found in Section 718.1255 of the Florida Statutes were designed to prevent Florida court dockets from being clogged with certain types of disputes which routinely arise in the condominium and cooperative setting as well as to provide a more cost-effective option to court litigation for owners.
As with many Florida communities, my HOA Board had questions in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Would FEMA pay to pick up al...
Florida condominiums, cooperatives and, to a lesser degree, homeowners' associations are subject to the imposition of fines and penaltie...
By July 1, 2018, a Florida condominium association with 150 or more units which does not manage timeshare units must have an independent...