Legislative Roundup: Impacting Condos, Co-ops, and HOAs
The legislative season is upon us, and in many states, bills specifically dealing with condos, co-ops and HOAs are wending their way through the legislative process. Even when bills aren’t aimed directly at those forms of home ownership, many general housing-related bills impact the condo/co-op/HOA community. Some issues impact communities on a nationwide scale; some are strictly local. But increasingly, co-ops, condos and HOAs are becoming a big part of the national legal and legislative scene. Read the article………….
Sarasota Judge Rochelle Curley agreed with Sheldon and Carol Rabin and entered a final judgment on May 13 ruling that
Hobby Lobby’s “passing strange” interpretation of RLUIPA: an unlikely, but potentially dramatic, impact on land use law?
Receiving almost no coverage—scratch that, absolutely no coverage—in yesterday’s Hobby Lobby decision was that an important part of the case
Condo Associations Must Ensure That Accepting Partial Payments from Delinquent Unit Owners Won’t be Considered Payment in Full
Condominium association budgets suffer significantly when unit owners become delinquent in paying assessments. Moreover, the burden for those unpaid assessments