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Association Cannot Edit Candidate Resumes

Association Cannot Edit Candidate Resumes

Q: For our condominium association’s upcoming election, the blank candidate information sheet provided by the management company has a signature and date line at the bottom. Is it required that candidates running for the board of directors to sign the candidate...

Amending Governing Documents Part II – How?

Amending Governing Documents Part II – How?

In Part I of this two-part series, we discussed the importance of amending governing documents. Part II discusses tips on how a board of directors can put itself in the best position to have the proposed amendments approved by the membership. START EARLY: Work with...

Juda Eskew & Associates Awarded Gold Level Readers’ Choice Award

Juda Eskew & Associates Awarded Gold Level Readers’ Choice Award

Gold Level Readers’ Choice Award to Juda Eskew & Associates PA in the Financial Services category Announcing 2021 FLCAJ Readers’ Choice Award Winners March 4, 2021 – Florida Community Association Journal magazine announced the 2021 Readers’ Choice Award winners in...

Community Association Q&A: Access to Minutes, Violation Letters?

Community Association Q&A: Access to Minutes, Violation Letters?

Q: There are numerous parking violations and pet violations occurring in my condominium community. I don’t believe the board and manager are taking proper enforcement actions. Are owners entitled to review board meeting minutes to see what, if anything, is being done...

New Laws Regarding Emotional Support Animals

New Laws Regarding Emotional Support Animals

Other than political debate, perhaps nothing else evokes more of an “emotional” response than the issue of emotional support animals in a no pet community. While this is not a new issue, and has been discussed many times in this forum and others, new laws in Florida...

Does Sunshine Law Apply to Smaller Boards?

Does Sunshine Law Apply to Smaller Boards?

Q: Please explain the “sunshine law” as it pertains to a three-member condominium board as compared to a five-member board. It seems that two directors discussing association business on a five-member board does not constitute a quorum, whereas two directors on a...

Statute of Limitations Can Prevent Enforcement

Statute of Limitations Can Prevent Enforcement

Q: Our community was built in 1982. Many homeowners have had screen patios for 38 years. The board now wants the screens removed and if a homeowner does not remove it, the board will, and it will send the bill. Can an HOA do this now after 38 years? (A.W., via e-mail)...

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