Category: Community Association Law

Condo Water Leak Who is Responsible?

Is there a water leak in your condo that has caused damage to your unit and you want to know who is responsible to pay for the repairs? The first priority is to determine the source of the water intrusion. Next, what was damaged by the water is important for a variety of reasons, which […]

Getting “Slapped” with a SLAPP Suit?

Are you getting “slapped” with a SLAPP Suit? To start, a “S.L.A.P.P.” suit refers to “Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation” and both the Florida Condominium Act and HOA Act have prohibitions against these types of lawsuits.  But what does prohibitions against these types of suits really mean?  In short, a “SLAPP” suit in the context […]

The Boca Raton Observer

Even Picasso could not create a work of art without the proper tools. That’s exactly how attorney Lourdes Ferrer feels about legal work. She prioritizes getting Ferrer Law Group, LLC, the firm she founded in 2012, stellar technology and top case management systems. “With these resources, we’re able to outperform the adversary,” she says. Ferrer […]

It’s Time to Vote

It’s time to vote when most community associations hold their annual meeting and elect Directors for the Board. Here are some tips for both Condo and HOA. For a Condo: The meeting must be held on the date in the bylaws and the meeting is of the unit owners not of the Board. A quorum […]

Fireworks Can Be Fun But…

Fireworks can be fun but a new law (Florida Statute s.791.08) recently went into effect that limits the use of fireworks to only on the following holidays: • New Year’s Day (January 1st) • Independence Day (July 4th) • New Year’s Eve (December 31st) The statute prohibits a homeowners’ association board of directors from instituting […]

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