Condominium Associations Suffer Financially When Failing to Amend Their Declarations
In 2014 the Florida Condominium Act (the “Act”) was amended to make it easier for Condominium Associations to recover past-due assessments from third-party purchasers at a mortgage foreclosure sale. The longstanding Florida law is that a condo unit owner is jointly and severally liable with the prior unit owner for all unpaid assessments that came due up to the transfer of title. Read the article…………..
The Eleventh Circuit on Friday upheld the dismissal of a condominium association’s malpractice suit over law firm Childress Duffy Ltd.
Association boards frequently ask what recourse they have against owners who fall behind on paying assessments, or violate other provisions
A condominium association’s governing documents in conjunction with Section 718.116, Florida Statutes, are the genesis of the condominium association’s authority