Homeowner group managers push bills to clarify duties (FL)

Community association managers, or CAMs, are wary of a looming opinion from the Florida Supreme Court that could define much of their activities as the unlicensed practice of law, a third-degree felony. They’re hoping bills moving through the Legislature will clarify their management of homeowner and condo association funds, meetings and other duties like filing liens on property.    Read more……..


Related Articles

What are boards supposed to do with surplus funds?

Q: I live in a homeowners’ association, and I have two questions concerning me: (1) what is the Board supposed

Can The Condominium Association’s Lawyer Also Represent The Manager?

Question: A unit owner in the condominium where I live filed separate complaints with the Department of Business and Professional

How should extra funds from canceling cable be used?

Q: We have recently stopped using Comcast as our provider for basic cable to all 144 units in our buildings.