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Two military veterans and their young daughters may be locked out of their neighborhood pool on the July 4th holiday.
The Gateway Towers condominium building Downtown advertises operable windows as one of its selling points. But lately, residents haven’t been
The well-heeled residents of Star Island didn’t need a break from Miami-Dade County last year, but they got one: the
The Village of Clarendon Hills and a condominium association are currently engaged in a dispute over a ticket and complaint
Resident Joseph Scott never expected “anyone to come to the rescue” to help fix the deteriorating roads in the Golfview
Federal prosecutors are fighting to keep secret the mass of evidence in the long-running investigation into the scheme to take
It started with a leak, just a little water on a hallway floor. That led to questions about bathtub installation,
A Hollywood woman was arrested for allegedly stealing money from her boss for her own profit and that of her
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Most association boards understand that they have the right to enact rules and regulations, usually by a board vote. A
In the last series, we looked at how email is the most popular form of communication with homeowners. However, voice
Volunteering as an HOA or Community Association board member is a thankless job at best. The basic goal of effectively
While community association managers in Colorado have been working through the state mandated licensure process, the ‘hot button’ topic of
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The Community Association Manager Licensing and Disciplinary Act was adopted on July 1, 2010 after much anticipation. The intent, as
The Eleventh Circuit on Friday upheld the dismissal of a condominium association’s malpractice suit over law firm Childress Duffy Ltd.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex couples have the right to marry nationwide. The decision of the High
Nevada HOA foreclosures cannot extinguish deeds of trust held by Fannie Mae, holds U.S. district court
Yesterday, the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada issued an important ruling concerning the litigation over whether homeowners’
The Missouri Court of Appeals ruled in a recent case that the unit owners of a condominium building were not
Can enforcement of a rule, regulation, practice or procedure that is completely neutral on its face create liability for discrimination?
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In the category of Putting Profits Before People, it would be hard to top investor Donald T. Kelly. The Palm
Responding to perceived abuses in condominium terminations, the 2015 Florida Legislature passed Chapter 2015-175, amending the termination provisions of the
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After finding doggie-doo in the elevator of her building on more than one occasion, Kathleen Sawisky decided to pen an
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Bill 106 was introduced at Queen’s Park on May 27, 2015. If adopted, it will introduce sweeping changes to the
As announced in our post of May 27, the province of Ontario finally released its much anticipated proposed amendments to
The Court of Appeal has released a further decision on the implementation of its December 2014 decision and the costs.