Condominium and HOA Board Certification Training March 20, 2019 or April 17, 2019

Join us on either March 20, 2019 or April 17, 2019 for Condominium and HOA Board Certification Training.  Shumaker is a division-approved education provider and this class will satisfy the requirements of Fla. Stat. §§ 720.3033 and 718.112 if completed within 1 year before or 90 days after being elected or appointed to the board. RSVP@slk-law.com to reserve your spot today!

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Voting by E-mail and Written Consent

Recent amendments to section 720.303, Florida Statues, which take effect July 1, 2018, Continue reading

Homeowners Association Director Nominations in Advance of the Annual Meeting

Traditionally, all phases of homeowners association board of directors elections, including nominations, voting,

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Clinton Morrell

and vote counting, are conducted at the annual meeting. However, the time consuming nature of this process has led some homeowners associations to require nominations prior to the annual meeting instead of “from the floor” at the meeting. This saves time at the annual meeting by allowing the Association to confirm the eligibility of the candidates ahead of time. Continue reading

“Sunshine Laws” Do Not Apply to Community Associations (Open Meetings are Still Required)

Frequently, there are complaints by association members regarding violations of Florida’s Sunshine Laws, Chapter 286, Florida Statutes, which mandates public access to Continue reading

Tenants and Personal Property after a Foreclosure Sale

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Jason Davis

After a judicial foreclosure sale concludes and a certificate of title is issued, the purchaser named in the certificate may find the newly acquired residential property either occupied by a tenant in possession or filled with personal belongings. Sections 83.561, Florida Statutes, “Termination of rental agreement upon foreclosure” and 83.62, Florida Statutes, “Restoration of possession to landlord” address these issues. Continue reading