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    Eisinger Law is pleased to present a summary of the latest and pertinent changes enacted by the Florida Legislature affecting homeowners associations. This letter outlines the recent statutory amendments, including HB 1203 (effective July 1, 2024), HB 59 (effective July 1, 2024), HB 293 (effective May 28, 2024), and HB 1645 (effective July...
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As of January 1, 2024, the U.S. Department of the Treasury began accepting beneficial ownership information reports in a newly created registry pursuant to the Corporate Transparency Act of 2021, which requires many companies doing business in the United States to report information about the individuals who own or control them. Existing companies created or...
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By: Jonathan Zim and Carolina Sznajderman Sheir In response to demands for increased safety measures and transparency in community associations in the wake of the horrifying Champlain Towers tragedy, the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners approved and created Chapter 17D of the Code of Miami-Dade County (the “Ordinance”) which requires that community associations, defined as...
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Holiday preparations can be stressful enough without having the buzzkill of mandatory condominium reporting on your checklist, but the good news is that, although Florida condominiums and cooperatives have some homework to do before January 1, 2023, it’s short and sweet.  It’s also the law. Why?  In response to the Surfside condo collapse in June...
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Eisinger Law is sharing important, time-sensitive information relevant to Florida Condominiums and Cooperatives regarding building reporting. Earlier this summer, Governor Ron DeSantis signed bipartisan legislation which modifies structural inspection requirements for condominium associations. 718.501(3)(a), F.S./Senate Bill SB4D requires all condominium and cooperative associations with buildings three stories or higher to report the following information to...
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Eisinger Law diligently monitors statutory changes promulgated by the Florida Legislature, especially those which directly impact community associations. During the recent 2022 Special Session, the Florida Legislature enacted key legislation that significantly impacts community association operations throughout the state, affecting millions of condominium and co-op owners. It is critical that condo and co-op associations, management...
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Eisinger Law is pleased to provide a summary of the two key components of legislation enacted by the Florida Legislature during the 2022 Special Session. The 2022 Special Session brings about critical changes affecting condominium and cooperative associations statewide, in direct response to the deadly building collapse in Surfside nearly one year ago. The statutory...
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Quite literally among the first references in Biblical history, trees have blossomed with symbolism, representing life, shelter, wisdom and prosperity. But in any given Florida hurricane season, they evoke fear as they become wayward wind-driven projectiles or life-changing house-flatteners. Or they can also stir rage when a beloved tree is pruned beyond recognition or completely...
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