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The ability to collect assessments from unit owners on a timely basis is a key component to the financial health and stability of a community association.  An association’s governing documents, as well as the applicable community association statutes (i.e., Chapter 718 for Condominiums, Chapter 720 for HOAs and Chapter 719 for Co-Ops) provide several enforcement...
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Lately Eisinger, Brown, Lewis, Frankel & Chaiet, P.A has had to resolve many disputes relating to security deposits collected by our Condominium Associations from tenants who rent from individual unit owners. It is standard procedure for many Associations, if the authority to do so appears in their declaration or bylaws, to require a security deposit...
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  BY ALESSANDRA STIVELMAN 2016 OCTOBER Q: I am a unit owner in a condominium association containing 189 units. We manage ourselves and wouldn’t ever want to have a management company manage our property. However, the question has often been asked as to what happens when a management company takes over. Obviously, the care and upkeep...
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HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – (December 2, 2016) – Serving on the board of directors of a community association, whether it is a condominium or homeowners association, entails specific responsibilities for directing management of the property and adhering to all applicable laws, rules, covenants and policies. As the end of the year approaches, the time is right...
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TOP REAL ESTATE LEGAL ISSUES: WHAT’S TRENDING NOW Condo Associations Want Pokémon Players to Go…Away! The Pokémon Go craze began this summer and became a global phenomenon overnight. The interactive game starts  once a player downloads the game’s app on a smartphone and sets off, either on foot or otherwise, to search for and attempt to...
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TOP REAL ESTATE LEGAL ISSUES: WHAT’S TRENDING NOW “Kaufman” Language The Importance of Applying Legislative Changes to Existing Documents In the last few years, case law has determined that certain statutory language (i.e., the safe harbor provision) is not enforceable by associations when the association’s governing documents were recorded prior to the date that the...
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TOP REAL ESTATE LEGAL ISSUES: WHAT’S TRENDING NOW Can a condo or co-op board enforce non- smoking rules upon an individual homeowner or renter? Smoking regulations are becoming more and more common, as are monetary judgments and precedent setting cases. Managing partner, Dennis J. Eisinger, is at the legal forefront on the smoking vs. non­smoking...
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HOLLYWOOD, FLA. – (February 24, 2016) – The law firm of Eisinger, Brown, Lewis, Frankel, & Chaiet, P.A. recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. Since its founding, the firm has grown significantly to a dedicated staff of 25, including seven partners, and counts among its clients more than 600 community associations. Reflecting back on the past...
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The law firm of Eisinger, Brown, Lewis, Frankel, & Chaiet, P.A. will celebrate its 20th anniversary in January 2016. Founded by managing partner, Dennis J. Eisinger, the law firm started out with four experienced attorneys with particular expertise in the areas of real estate, community association law, litigation and corporate law and subsequently added an...
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