Category: Condo Law

Can a Condo Unit Owner Sue the Association in Florida?

More and more often, Florida condo unit owners are pursuing lawsuits against condo boards over various restrictions regarding various things such as pets, discrimination, and many others.  If you feel you have a reason to file a lawsuit against your Condominium Association (COA), condominium lawyers are ready to assist you. Remember, condo rules and regulations […]

Condo Repairs in Florida and How an Attorney Can Help

When purchasing a condo in Florida, you must familiarize yourself with condo repairs and maintenance obligations that you will have as an owner.  Will you have the responsibility for repairing and maintaining common spaces? Is the condo association in charge of the maintenance repairs inside of your unit? Know that condominium lawyers from Ferrer Law […]

Florida Law Limits Condo and HOA from Restricting Installation of Renewable Resources Such as Solar Panels

While broad powers are afforded to condominium and homeowner associations to regulate and limit the rights of unit and homeowners on what improvements can be made to their property when living in a planned urban development, there are limitations and Florida law limits Condo and HOA from restricting installation of renewable resources such as solar […]

Mandatory Reserves: What are They and How Do They Affect Me?

When the Federal Reserve requires banks to hold a certain level of reserves, it is said to be implementing mandatory reserves. The purpose of mandatory reserves is to ensure that banks have enough cash on hand to meet customer withdrawals and other obligations. Banks are required to hold a certain percentage of their deposits in […]

Pros and Cons of Self-Management vs Professional Management Company

When homeowner Associations are formed, there’s one of two choices to consider: 1) The Association will operate from an “in-house” perspective where the Owners/Members, through a Board of Directors, will volunteer their time to oversee the maintenance and enforcement of rules in the community. However, since Members of the Board of Directors usually have other jobs, […]


Contracts are legally binding documents that are typically signed and agreed upon by two parties or more. Unfortunately, these legally binding documents aren’t always honored. If either party who agreed to the contract decides to or cannot fulfill their end of the bargain, there are likely to be legal repercussions involved. In case of a […]


While it might seem like a mundane piece of communication that comes out annually from a homeowner’s Association, or HOA, audit letters are a required piece of public information that highlights what an HOA has been doing with all of its fees and members’ funds each year. Unlike public companies, HOAs generally don’t need to […]


Condos Are a Popular Choice in Florida  The State of Florida has quite a few condos as they have proven to be a popular choice in the Sunshine State. Thus, the practice of Florida condo law is something that many lawyers at the Ferrer Law Group specialize in. They know that they can help a […]

Security Cameras in Public Areas: Florida Condo Law

Many condominium owners in Florida choose to live in condominium community because of the sense of security.  It is a greater sense of security than residing in single-family communities. Condominium associations and their managers, desire these owners to feel safe and secure in their homes and shared areas and condo owners want the same safety […]

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