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Without exception, the affirmative defense of “selective enforcement” is one of the most misunderstood concepts in the entire body of community association law. How often have you heard something like this: “The board has not enforced the fence height limitation, so it cannot enforce any other architectural rules”? Simply put, nothing could be further from … Continue reading "Selective Enforcement: A Grossly Misunderstood Concept"Read More
LEGAL MORSELS | BY ROBERT KAYE, ESQ., B.C.S. The Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal recently provided a ruling regarding the ability of a homeowner’s association to successfully complete a foreclosure for unpaid assessments when there was an error in the amount indicated as being owed on the claim of lien. In the case of Pash … Continue reading "Legal Morsel | Court Concludes That Mistakes on a Claim of Lien Does Not Invalidate the Claim"Read More
The following Florida House and Senate Bills were referenced during our February 17, 2021 appearance on KW Property Management & Consulting’s webinar: House Bill 7 (HB 7) | Civil Liability for Damages Relating to COVID-19; Provides requirements for civil action based on COVID-19-related claim; provides that plaintiff has burden of proof in such action; provides statute … Continue reading "Florida’s 2021 HB 7, SB 72 and SB 630"Read More
On Thursday, February 18th, 4:00pm to 6:00pm, attorneys from our Palm Beach Gardens office will host, via Zoom, a live “Ask the Attorneys” event. You will determine the course of discussion for the evening in this town hall-style format. While we look forward to holding these in person in the near future, we will join … Continue reading "KBR Palm Beach Gardens to Host “Ask the Attorneys” on Thursday, Feb. 18th | Live on Zoom"Read More