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Dispute Resolution Part Two: Arbitration

Dispute Resolution Part Two: Arbitration

In our previous blog, we discussed the preferred method of dispute resolution: mediation. But what do you do when mediation doesn’t work, it is refused, or it is not an option? The short answer is arbitration. Let’s take a closer look. In arbitration a third party,...

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Dispute Resolution Part One: Mediation

Dispute Resolution Part One: Mediation

Dispute happens. Whether it’s a consistent violation of rules and regulations or something more serious like delinquency or bad debt, both the owners and the association need to be protected. And, for the sake of the whole community, disputes need to be resolved in a...

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Elections and How They Work, Part Two: HOAs

Elections and How They Work, Part Two: HOAs

In our previous blog post, we tackled some of the common procedures for elections in a condo association. Some of these regulatory provisions will still apply to elections in an HOA, while most do not. Interestingly, the election process is very different for condo...

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Violations and Fines, Part Two: Amending Rules and Bylaws

Violations and Fines, Part Two: Amending Rules and Bylaws

In our previous blog post in this series, we discussed what to do when fines and fees must be enforced within a community association. There is a systematic process including forming a committee, scheduling a hearing, and assessing fines. However, there are even more...

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Navigating Foreclosures in Condo Associations

Navigating Foreclosures in Condo Associations

The financial crisis was full of dark days for condo owners here in Miami (and across South Florida). Even those of us that were personally fine, the fact that their neighbors were not took many condo associations to the breaking point. When a condo owner slips into...

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Why You Need a Reserve Fund for Your Condo Association

Why You Need a Reserve Fund for Your Condo Association

Condo associations, no matter how big or small, will come up against some major expenses at various points in their operation. The key to being prepared to handle these hurdles with ease is by fully funding your reserve. What is a reserve fund? Reserves are monies set...

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Protecting Your Association in the Aftermath of a Storm

Protecting Your Association in the Aftermath of a Storm

Storms can come and go relatively quickly, but the damage they leave can take months and years to clean up depending on the severity of the storm. If your condo association is hit by a tropical storm or hurricane, there are certain steps you can and should take to...

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