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Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19 ISSUES EMERGENCY ORDER 2020-04 WHEREAS, Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory illness that can spread among humans through respiratory transmission and presents with symptoms similar to those of influenza; and WHEREAS, as of March 23, 2020, numerous counties in Florida have positive cases for COVID- 19, and...
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By: Carolina Sznajderman Sheir, Esq. and Alessandra Stivelman, Esq. It is estimated that 70 percent of Floridians either live in a community association such as a condominium or homeowner’s association. With residents living in relatively close quarters to their neighbors and sharing common areas, it’s understandable there is a rising concern and heightened anxiety about...
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STRANGE BEHAVIOR DOES NOT WARRANT STALKING INJUNCTION Sinopoli v. Clark, 45 Fla. L. Weekly D296 (Fla. 2d DCA February 7, 2020) A homeowner became frightened over her neighbor’s conduct that she felt had become intrusive and disturbing over the course of several years – including cutting down much of the foliage that had created a...
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Loud Noises, Foul Odors, Shake the Walls Vibrations, Barking Dogs and Late Night Dancers – Is it a Nuisance? WHAT: Condominium residents and board members are invited to attend a free Condo Rights Workshop to explore a variety of nuisance topics: from loud noises at all hours, barking dogs, cigarette smoke, confrontations with neighbors, hoarding...
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American with Disability Act Requirements and Potential Legal Consequences When Going Digital By: Carolina Sznajderman Sheir, Esq. and Jonathan Garber Like it or not, many Florida condominium associations are now digital. As of January 1, 2019, Florida condominium associations with 150 or more units are required to maintain a website pursuant to Fla. Stat. §718.111(12)(g)....
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January 2020 PRIVATE AVIATION COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP TERMINATED Naked Lady Ranch, Inc. v. Wycoki, 44 Fla. L. Weekly D2787 (Fla. 4th DCA November 20, 2019) A member in a private aviation community consisting of fifty private residences paid a private pilot to fly him and several co-workers out of the community’s airport several times per week. ...
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One of the biggest complaints expressed by association unit owners is the lack of transparency and/or access to information regarding the operations of the association. It seems that vital operative documents such as the Declaration, By-Laws, meeting minutes, contracts, and bank statements are a mystery to most owners. This mystery is actually a myth, as...
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HOMEOWNERS ORDERED TO ARBITRATION Hayslip v. U.S. Home Corp., 276 So. 3d 109 (Fla. 2d DCA 2019)A Several years after purchasing a home from the original buyers, the Hayslips discovered defects in the stucco system and sued the developer for construction defects and violation of the Florida Building Code. The developer moved to compel arbitration...
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