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Hurricane Season Preparedness

May 18, 2022

Michael S. Bender, Esq., BCS As with each year, we hope for a season with no hurricanes coming our way. However, it is safe to expect that there may be at least one such event in the coming months and, at the start of the hurricane season, it is prudent to plan for that possibility. … Continue reading "Hurricane Season Preparedness"

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Webinar | Conflicts of Interest – What You Need to Know

May 13, 2022

This course is for educational purposes and is not to be considered as legal advice. Watching this video on demand does not satisfy any state requirements, nor does this on-demand viewing offer any CEU for licensed managers. Join attorney Allison L. Hertz and learn to identify potential conflicts of interest, how to document disclosures, internal … Continue reading "Webinar | Conflicts of Interest – What You Need to Know"

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LAST SURFSIDE-INSPIRED BILL FAILS: A Perfect Opportunity Lost

March 14, 2022

Rembaum’s Association Roundup | Jeffrey A. Rembaum, Esq., BCS As a result of the 2022 Florida legislative session, there will be no new statutes requiring mandated building/engineering inspections, no statutory changes to budgeting procedures, no mandated reserve study requirements, and no statutory changes to required disclosures. While only a very few Florida counties have mandated … Continue reading "LAST SURFSIDE-INSPIRED BILL FAILS: A Perfect Opportunity Lost"

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News from CAI | Florida Lawmakers Fail to Reach Agreement on Condominium Safety Bill

March 12, 2022

Legislators failed to reach an agreement on a bill to improve building structural integrity before the session’s adjournment. Mar. 11, 2022 — Falls Church, Va. — Members of the Florida legislature did not reach an agreement on legislation that would require building inspections and mandatory reserve studies for certain condominium and cooperative communities prior to this session’s adjournment, … Continue reading "News from CAI | Florida Lawmakers Fail to Reach Agreement on Condominium Safety Bill"

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Jeffrey Rembaum quoted in Florida Politics’ | Last Surfside-inspired Bill Dies, Observers Bemoan Lost Opportunity

March 12, 2022

Florida Politics is a statewide, new media platform covering campaigns, elections, government, policy, and lobbying in Florida. The bill that died Friday was one of nine bills that proposed to change condo association regulations. The Legislature’s inability to pass any legislation updating condo regulations in the wake of last summer’s disaster that killed 98 people … Continue reading "Jeffrey Rembaum quoted in Florida Politics’ | Last Surfside-inspired Bill Dies, Observers Bemoan Lost Opportunity"

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Rental Restrictions in Homeowners’ Associations

March 11, 2022

Robert L. Kaye, Esq., BCS | Legal Morsels A large percentage of Florida residential property owners are subject to restrictive covenants on their property, be it by a declaration of condominium or declaration of covenants.  In addition to these restrictions, Florida Statutes contain additional restrictions that apply to these properties, some of which involve use … Continue reading "Rental Restrictions in Homeowners’ Associations"

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Kaye Bender Rembaum on ‘Ask the Experts’ | March 3, 2022

March 4, 2022

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BORROWING TO BUY A CONDOMINIUM UNIT? Freddie Mac’s & Fannie Mae’s New Lending Requirements

March 3, 2022

Rembaum’s Association Roundup | Jeffrey A. Rembaum, Esq., BCS Buying a bundle of home loans to later sell on the secondary market can be risky business. A lot can go wrong in the process. For example, the economy could tank, causing massive defaults; or even worse, as occurred recently in the case of Champlain Towers … Continue reading "BORROWING TO BUY A CONDOMINIUM UNIT? Freddie Mac’s & Fannie Mae’s New Lending Requirements"

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Election Regulations and Best Practices

February 17, 2022

KWPMC Executive Director Tim O’Keefe interviewed association attorneys Michael S. Bender and Andrew B. Black from the firm Kaye Bender Rembaum and Zuly Maribona, Senior Vice President at KWPMC, who provided insights about the Florida regulations surrounding board elections and best practices around how to plan, schedule and conduct an effective election.

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Kaye Bender Rembaum on ‘Ask the Experts’ | February 10, 2022

February 11, 2022

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Will The Association’s Denial Of An Architectural Request Withstand Challenge? Many Won’t—Find Out Why

February 11, 2022

Rembaum’s Association Roundup | Jeffrey A. Rembaum, Esq., BCS For many homeowners associations, a top priority is ensuring that the homes in the community are maintained in conformity with the “community-wide standard.” But, what is this subjective standard? How is compliance measured? What is the process to be judged when a request to the association’s … Continue reading "Will The Association’s Denial Of An Architectural Request Withstand Challenge? Many Won’t—Find Out Why"

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HOALeader.com – Tip of the Week – February 4, 2022

February 4, 2022

HOALeader.com is a paid membership organization. The following tip is a summary of the full article on their website, which requires a membership to view. A link to HOALeader.com appears at the end of the tip. This tip features quotes from KBR Legal’s Lisa A. Magill, Esq. In this week’s tip, we discuss the maintenance … Continue reading "HOALeader.com – Tip of the Week – February 4, 2022"

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