We support community associations through the strategic counsel and guidance needed to operate efficiently and effectively.
Community associations are governed by a complex set of statutes, regulations, and documents. We apply our knowledge of community association law to help associations draft, record, and amend declarations, by-laws, and other governing documents; collect past due assessments; and enforce their governing documents. We provide practical, results-driven counsel on a full spectrum of issues, ranging from election disputes to document inspections. Our work is not limited to associations, but we also represent individual unit owners.
It can be difficult for community associations to navigate all of the statues and administration codes that govern their work. We have significant experience—and success—in helping clients interpret and enforce their governing documents. Clients turn to us to litigate disputes over the election of directors, obtain injunctive relief against association members in violation of an association’s restrictive covenants, record and foreclose claims of liens for unpaid assessments, and litigate the priority of those liens. We regularly counsel clients on day-to-day operations so they can avoid litigation. Our team also advises clients on various issues such as how to conduct elections and board meetings, how to regulate leasing and sales, and how to draft and enforce architectural restrictions.
Related Statutes and Administrative Codes
- Chapter 718 – Condominiums
- Chapters 61B-15 through 24, 45 and 50, Florida Administrative Code – Condominiums
- Chapter 719 – Cooperatives
- Chapter 61B-75 through 79, Florida Administrative Code – Cooperatives
- Chapter 468 Part VIII – Community Association Management
- Chapter 720 – Homeowners’ Association
- Chapters 61B-80 through 81, Florida Administrative Code – Homeowners’ Association
- Chapter 723 – Mobile Home Park Lot Tenancies
- Chapters 61B-29 through 32 and 35, Florida Administrative Code – Mobile Homes