Maintenance, Repair and Replacement Responsibility Within Your Condominium Association

Damage to condominium property and the inevitable ensuing argument over the party responsible for the cost of repair is a familiar scenario for many association members. Unit owners, board members and association managers are often unsure of which entity is responsible for the maintenance, repair and replacement of certain items when damage occurs. Deciphering Florida law on this issue can be a confusing task as the answer often depends on a multitude of variables. This blog post provides an overview and summary of Florida law on the maintenance, repair and replacement responsibility within your condominium association when damage occurs.   Read the article……………

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