Legal News Archive

Two siblings inherited a vacation home, and one who uses it a lot wants to buy the other half. It’s an amicable agreement, so how can they avoid unexpected problems?

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Fla. law, both for condos and HOAs, has some rules regarding meeting records and member sharing. But being somewhat new, Zoom meetings enter a gray area.

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Fla. law allows HOAs to levy fines and liens, leading in part to the number of complaints. But with Calif. No. 1, complaint numbers are also a result of population.

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A community with large lots and an HOA has a buyer who wants to install pickleball courts. Other owners hope to stop them but without a specific rule to do so.

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“It’s too expensive,” isn’t a good excuse. Lenders can “force-place” insurance that owners must pay – and that coverage protects the lender more than the owner.

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Think you know the Code of Ethics backwards and forwards? Test your knowledge and have a little fun with this Code of Ethics quiz.

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The advice for anyone you meet in real estate? Trust but verify – which means don’t fully trust anyone who isn’t your mother. Scammers continually find new ways to separate you, your buyer or your seller from their money.

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