Icon South Beach renter pursues class action lawsuit against condo association over application fees (FL)

A recently filed lawsuit alleges the Icon South Beach’s condominium association charges non-refundable application fees in excess of what is allowed by Florida law.  The suit, which seeks class action status, was filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court by Icon South Beach renter Derek Schwartz, but could end up involving more than 100 plaintiffs, according to the complaint.  Attorneys representing Schwartz and Icon Condominium Association did not immediately return phone calls seeking comment.    Read the article……………


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