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Can your HOA block you from using the pool if you say something they don't like?

abc15.com - One local homeowner's association is using a unique approach to ensure residents toe the line: a "block list." Those who end up on it lose access to the area's pool, clubhouse, laundry room or the ...

Miami-Dade launches first blow in fight against condominium fraud

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miamiherald.com - Miami-Dade police launched their first blow in the fight to end local condominium fraud with the arrest Tuesday of a former accounting assistant accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the co...

Donald Trump Jr. inadvertently encourages America to scoop up refugees by the handful

washingtonpost.com - Donald Trump Jr. tried to make a political point about refugees on Twitter on Sept. 19, but he got it all wrong. The Fix's Philip Bump explains how. (Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post) This tweet...

The Buzz-Killing HOA — Don’t Let It Be You

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gogladly.com - As an HOA manager, you probably run the organization like a business — and that’s not a bad thing. After all, you have goals, budgets, and projects to worry about, just like any other business enti...

Florida HOAs Should Regularly Review Architectural Review Board Guidelines | Florida Condo & HOA Legal Blog

floridacondohoalawblog.com - Question:  I live in a homeowners association and serve as chairman of the architectural review board (ARB). An owner recently submitted an application to repaint the exterior of his home a bright ...

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What Makes for a Good Set of Meeting Minutes?

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hoabrief.com - Of all the various issues boards deal with, one of the issues that comes up time and again are meeting minutes. What are they? What should be in them? Incorrectly kept minutes can get a board in tr...

From a misplaced mat to a $170k lawsuit – the danger of breaching duties of care

michaelteys.com - Damages of $171,500 plus costs have been awarded against a Mosman owners corporation for a breach of its duty of care to a resident who tripped on a frayed floor mat Left in a lift for more than a ...

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Legal/Legislative Update | September 15, 2016 | Condo News

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meeb.com - The overheated rental market is beginning to cool off. The annual increase in apartment rents fell to 3.1 percent in July – the lowest level in two years, according to Axiometrics, which tracks ren...

Bloomingdale HOA pushes for widening of Lithia Pinecrest Road

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