Time To Decorate Your Home For The Holidays

It’s the holiday season and time to decorate your home for the holidays, like decking out your condo door, but your Association says otherwise. Well, they may be able to do it with one exception. The Florida Legislature passed a condo law, Section 718.113(6), that states: “An association may not refuse the request of a […]

Can Removing A Tree Get You In Trouble?

Can Removing a Tree Get you in Trouble? Property owners are sometime faced with the need to remove a tree from their property. This is more true for the individual property owner in the HOA setting than in a condo community, however, the Board of Directors for a condo association may face this situation. Traditionally, […]

How Much Can A Condo Charge For Rental Applications?

How Much Can a Condo Charge for Rental Applications? The The Florida Condo Act prohibits Condo Associations from charging renters more than $100.00 per applicant or $150.00 per married couple. Specifically, Florida Statue 718.112(2)(i) states: “No charge shall be made by the association or any body thereof in connection with the sale, mortgage, lease, sublease, […]

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