Condo Consultant: Two people on a board should not equal one vote
Question: Our HOA board president recently put two people on the board, and said that they could have one vote. The board always had six or seven directors, and each had a single vote. How can we have two people on the board using one vote? Read the article………..
Fort Lauderdale attorney Howard Talenfeld and his PR maven wife, Julie, filed a lawsuit to force developer Robinette Homes Inc.
Lenders Win Another Decision Barring Community Associations from Collecting Interest, Costs and Fees in Addition to Assessments (FL)
The recent decision in the case of United States of America v. Forest Hill Gardens East Condominium Association, Inc. and
Q: We own a condominium unit which we rent out. Our tenant reported a water leak, and so we called