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Here you will find Robert Kaye’s Legal Morsels, Jeffrey Rembaum’s column, Rembaum’s Association Roundup, the community association news you can use, and Kaye Bender Rembaum in the news.

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New Requirements For Collection of Delinquent Assessments

17 Jun 2021

Robert L. Kaye, Esq., BCS | Legal Morsels The Florida Legislature has revised the procedures for collecting delinquent assessments, which add additional steps and delays for the owner to pay before legal action can commence and/or attorney’s fees can be recovered. Senate Bill 56 has revised Sections 718.116 and 718.121 for condominiums; 719.108 for cooperatives; and, Section … Continue reading "New Requirements For Collection of Delinquent Assessments"

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Should Emails Between Board Members & Managers Be Considered Official Records Subject to Members Inspection?

11 Jun 2021

Rembaum’s Association Roundup | In today’s instant world, email allows us to express our thoughts anytime, anywhere. So often, emails serve as a substitute for making phone calls. If a phone call is made from a board member to a manager, absent a deposition of either party or a contemporaneous note documenting the conversation, the … Continue reading "Should Emails Between Board Members & Managers Be Considered Official Records Subject to Members Inspection?"

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2021 Community Association Legislative Update Preview | Did They Really Pass That???

14 May 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBeZm4h4XnA Webinar recorded May 13, 2021 | Informative discussion covering the highlights of 2021 Legislative Session and legislation affecting Community Associations. Many of the bills passed by the Legislature are likely to become law as soon as July 1, 2021 and you will want to: be informed as to what these laws will do, and … Continue reading "2021 Community Association Legislative Update Preview | Did They Really Pass That???"

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Kaye Bender Rembaum returned to the CE Breakfast at Galuppi’s with Lisa A. Magill, Esq. Presenting 2021 Legal Update

06 May 2021

May 5, 2021 | Lisa Magill, Esq., BCS represented Kaye Bender Rembaum at the Galuppi’s CE breakfast in Pompano, and was also the presenter for the day, instructing ‘2021 Legal Update’. In the weeks to come, Kaye Bender Rembaum will present numerous resources, including webinars and seminars, covering the new, upcoming legislation that has already … Continue reading "Kaye Bender Rembaum returned to the CE Breakfast at Galuppi’s with Lisa A. Magill, Esq. Presenting 2021 Legal Update"

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Implications of Governor’s Newest Executive Order on Florida’s Community Associations

03 May 2021

Rembaum’s Association Roundup | Effective May 3, 2021 at 4:06 P.M., Governor DeSantis, by way of Executive Order 21-102, suspended all remaining local government mandates and restrictions based on the COVID-19 State of Emergency. In short, this Order provides that all local government COVID-19 restrictions and mandates on individuals and businesses are hereby suspended.  However, … Continue reading "Implications of Governor’s Newest Executive Order on Florida’s Community Associations"

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Emergency Order Extended | Omnibus Legislation Affecting Associations | CAM CE Breakfast Returns

29 Apr 2021

Rembaum’s Association Roundup | Jeffrey A. Rembaum, Esq., BCS Governor Extends Emergency Order On April 27th, 2021, The Governor extended the State of Emergency through June 26, 2021. You can view the document filing HERE. Omnibus Legislation Affecting Community Associations May Have Huge Impact Senate Bill 630, which is referred to as this year’s community association … Continue reading "Emergency Order Extended | Omnibus Legislation Affecting Associations | CAM CE Breakfast Returns"

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Webinar | Broward Emergency Order 21-01

26 Apr 2021

This webinar, covering Broward County Emergency Order 21-01, was hosted by Campbell Property Management, and featured special guest Michael S. Bender, Esq., BCS from Kaye Bender Rembaum. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAjduSVC1-Q

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Broward Emergency Order 21-01 | Pool Restrictions Lifted & Sanitization Requirements Reduced

21 Apr 2021

Join Dan Tiernan from Campbell Property Management and attorney Michael Bender from Kaye Bender Rembaum to learn about Broward County’s latest Emergency Order 21-01 and its impact on community associations during this brief, 30-minute webinar. Friday, April 23rd, 2021 | 12 Noon This webinar is for Broward County community associations only. If you know someone who will … Continue reading "Broward Emergency Order 21-01 | Pool Restrictions Lifted & Sanitization Requirements Reduced"

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Legislation to Help Community Associations is Moving

07 Apr 2021

April 7, 2021 | Source: The CAI Florida Legislative Alliance The CAI Florida Legislative Alliance comprehensive legislative package, Senate Bill 630 passed the Florida Senate and will move back to the House for concurrence. The Florida Legislative Alliance initiated and helped draft this much needed legislation and advocates like you have continued to support their efforts. Specifically, the … Continue reading "Legislation to Help Community Associations is Moving"

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Vaccination ID’s; To Require or Not to Require | Association Liability Protection | Upcoming Events

05 Apr 2021

Vaccination ID’s: To Require or Not to Require, That Is The Question Florida’s community association board members are wrestling with many amenity re-opening decisions these days. One such decision is whether or not to open the community clubhouse including the card rooms, bingo, and even off-Broadway like shows. As a part of that decision making … Continue reading "Vaccination ID’s; To Require or Not to Require | Association Liability Protection | Upcoming Events"

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Kaye Bender Rembaum on ‘Ask the Experts’ | April 1, 2021

03 Apr 2021

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The 2021 Florida Legislative Preview, as Related to Community Associations | The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

12 Mar 2021

Welcome to Rembaum’s Association Roundup’s 2021 legislative preview. The 2021 legislative session began on March 2 and ends April 30. Not only are all of the Bills discussed below subject to multiple changes, whether any of the Bills discussed below will become the law of the land remains to be seen.  Unless otherwise clarified, the … Continue reading "The 2021 Florida Legislative Preview, as Related to Community Associations | The Good, The Bad and The Ugly"

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