Spy Drones: The Next Challenge for Private Communities dailybusinessreview.com
Given that Florida is home to 60,000-plus shared ownership communities, it will be interesting to see how the drone phenomenon plays out in these private residential communities.
Donna D. Does your association attorney know how to defuse a construction conflict without having to sue?
Developers Strive To Resolve Differences Before Litigation dailybusinessreview.com
Steven B. Lesser of Becker & Poliakoff stresses the importance of resolving differences between partners before they meet at trial.
In certain circumstances, associations may not rely upon the provisions of Florida Statutes that relate to the collection of delinquent assessments when an owner makes a payment with a restrictive endorsement...
Nevada Supreme Court Ruling ggltsw.com
The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled, after much delay, that the non judicial foreclosure of a delinquent assessment lien by a common interest community extinguished the lien of the lender’s first trust deed. As noted by the...
CARSON CITY — A divided Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a super priority lien held by a homeowners association can extinguish a first deed of trust on a property.
New Law On Condo Board E-mails Leaves Important Questions Unanswered floridacondohoalawblog.com
Question: I read your recent blog about directors conducting business by e-mail. I do not really understand how this new law changes the previous law. Can
I suggest that association board members check their documents (i.e. CC&Rs, bylaws or articles of incorporation) to determine if there is a restriction on the association’s president regarding voting at board meetings. Most...