How Condo Lawyers Help You during Mold and Water Damage

Post date : 22 Dec, 2018

If you live in a condo and experience mold and water damage, you should consult a Florida condo lawyer immediately. Mold and water damage are serious issues, and you need good representation to protect your interests. Here are reasons that engaging the services of a lawyer experienced in representing individual condo owners is a wise decision. Establish Liability If water and mold damage occur, it’s important to establish who is…

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Is a Doctor’s Letter Enough For a Waiver in No Pet Condo?

Post date : 1 Oct, 2018

If you have ever walked around any of the high end shopping malls like the Bal Harbor Shops,  Aventura Mall, Town Center Mall in Boca Raton, or the exclusive Waterside Shops in Naples, you can’t help but notice many people with their cute little dogs walking around the Mall or in these cute little baby carriages.   As a Trial Attorney that helps Condo Owners and Homeowners obtain accommodations in no…

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Condo Mold & Water Damage: Who is Responsible?

Post date : 23 Sep, 2018

As a Condo Attorney that represents individual Condo Owners in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Naples and many cities throughout Florida, the question I get asked the most is:  Who is responsible for mold contamination and water damage in my condominium? First, one must identify the source of the water intrusion that caused the damage and ultimately led to the mold growth.    More likely than not the water intrusion…

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Miami Condo Attorney Assisting Individual Owners

Post date : 3 Sep, 2018

As a Condo Attorney with offices near Downtown Miami, Brickel Avenue and South Beach Florida,  my practice is focused on representing individuals that have disputes with Condo Associations, Homeowner Associations and other Owners.    I am amazed at how many beautiful new luxury Condominium buildings have been successfully completed recently.   It seems like a great place for many of our young professionals to live, work and play.   With this…

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Emotional Support Animals and Service Animals in Condominiums and Homeowner Associations

Post date : 30 Aug, 2018

I have been getting a considerable amount of calls lately from Condo owners and Homeowners here in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Aventura, Naples, Sunny Isles and Boca Raton.  The majority of the calls are from individual owners concerned about various Condo Pet Rules and HOA Rules restricting their ability to keep pets as well as Assistance Animals such as Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals.  Many people have gone online looking…

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Fort Lauderdale Condo Lawyer Representing Owners Discusses Condo Board Rule Making Authority

Post date : 15 Jul, 2018

As a Florida Attorney with offices near Miami, Aventura and Fort Lauderdale, I have seen many examples of Condominium and Homeowner Association Boards operating illegally.  One of the most prevalent abuses is Association Boards enacting Rules outside the scope of their authority. Many Condominium Associations and Homeowners Associations in Florida have a provision in their Governing Documents that gives the Board the right to make and amend reasonable rules and…

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Mold and Water Damage and The Condo Association’s Duty to Maintain Common Elements

Post date : 12 Jul, 2018

I am sitting here in my law office in Hollywood, near Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Aventura and the rain is pouring down. I figure with all the rain we are getting today it is probably a good day to make a visual inspection of my own home for signs of water intrusion. As a homeowner of a single family home I am the one ultimately responsible if water comes in…

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A Victory Against Condo for Disabled Woman With Service Dog

Post date : 2 Jul, 2018

US District Court rules in favor of disabled woman. Judge tells condo to allow service dog.   Read the full article here.  

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Fort Lauderdale Condo Lawyer Discusses Condo Pet Rules & Restrictions?

Post date : 31 May, 2018

I recently received a call from a woman residing at an over 55 Community like  Century Village Condominium here in South Florida.  She was being told by her Association to get rid of her dog or face legal action.  Despite the fact that she had a documented disability and a letter from her Doctor attesting to her need for an emotional support animal,  she believed that her Association would fight her…

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Are Homeowner Associations Going Too Far?

Post date : 14 Apr, 2018

Many of us in Florida  choose to live in gated communities because we feel they are safe and because they provide some attractive amenities.   Are we sacrificing too much of our freedom for this security?   I was appalled  today to read about a 70 year old woman in California being fined by her Homeowner Association because she spends too much time in her garage.   Marilyn Weber is being fined because she…

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