Attorneys to Condo Associations: Zika Litigation Won’t Bite (FL)

What are condo associations, homeowners’ associations and other multifamily real estate boards to do as Zika spreads across South Florida? Not too much, according to real estate attorneys, who suggest caution but advise against creating liability where none exists.  Health officials reported 25 locally acquired cases of the mosquito-borne virus in South Florida Thursday, as some communities held emergency meetings. For boards weighing the risks in multifamily properties with pools, lakes and other potential mosquito breeding grounds, attorneys recommended sticking to spraying for insects and passing along information from the Centers for Disease Control and other government agencies regarding the virus.   Read the article…………


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