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A website, rules and $5M in funding will help survivors of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking under the Violence Against Women Act.
The condominium and cooperative riders will be updated on March 20 due to changes in law. The revisions are limited and address new documents buyers of certain condominiums and cooperatives are entitled to receive from sellers. Redline is attached.
Appraiser Qualifications Board chair: Appraisal bias “a threat to the public’s trust in the appraisal profession.” Proposed changes would mandate fair-housing education.
Some attorneys see a downside to people spending more time at home during the pandemic, saying they’ve seen a lawsuit increase over fences, trees, borders and more.
The property manager of an HOA tells residents who they should vote for in a board election and how to vote on assessments. Does Fla. law allow that?
A condo board requires background checks on owners, but siblings inherited their mother’s condo and live there. Why do they need a background check now?
To fulfill the “promise of the 1968 Fair Housing act,” HUD’s rule requires the submission of “Equity Plans” every five years and “robust community engagement.”