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Florida SB630
Given the relatively slower pace of community association governance, when it came to myriad legal and operations issues suddenly created by the COVID-19 crisis throughout the past year, many Florida community associations have strained to pivot in response. Now, signed into law by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and effective as of July 1, 2021, SB...
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It’s been more than a year since the global COVID-19 pandemic upended life as we knew it. Despite the seismic challenges, the estimated that 60 percent of Floridians who live in a condominium, homeowners’ association or co-op, have reacted, adapted and carried on, showing resilience through these most challenging times. In March 2020, Florida Governor...
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Florida State Flag
On March 29 Governor DeSantis signed CS/SB 72 – Civil Liability for Damages Relating to COVID-19 into law. The new bill provides crucial liability protection to individuals and businesses such as community associations, along with educational institutions, religious organizations, and health care providers for liability claims related to COVID-19. The provisions in this new legislation...
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United States Capitol
When purchasing a residence in a condominium, homeowners association or a co-op, you by default agree to reside in a community association. You live in relatively close proximity to your neighbors and equally share the right to utilize common areas, whether it’s a lobby, pool, gym, parking lot and/or clubhouse.  Monthly Association dues fund shared...
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emotional support dog
Air travel will change in more ways than one during the COVID-19 era and some owners of emotional support animals may be unhappy, especially if they’ve racked up frequent flyer miles with certain airlines. As of January 11, 2021, substantial amendments to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) regulation on...
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Fireworks in Florida
The uniquely Florida wink-and-a-nod ritual entailed in buying consumer-grade fireworks became statewide history as of April 8, 2020 with a new law §791.08, F.S., which eliminated the much-reviled “bird scaring” waiver previously required to purchase low-grade pyrotechnics. The product of years of lawmakers’ wrangling with fireworks manufacturers (often joined by the emergency physicians and hospitals’...
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Pooer credit score
If you own a condominium or live in a homeowners’ association, you’re essentially in the residential property management business with your neighbors.  What could go wrong? Derived from compounded Latin, with “con” translating into “together with” and “dominium” meaning “right of ownership” the glitzy real estate term or even the cachet of being a homeowners’ association member...
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