What is the capital of Egypt? ( Cairo )
Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link and will create a new password via email.
Sorry, you do not have a permission to add a question, You must login to ask question.
Florida HOA Boards should follow the mandates of all Federal, State or local governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the association. If no specific orders have been issued by a governmental authority requiring closure of recreational facilities and amenities, we believe that boards stillRead more
When there are no directors to serve on the board, there may be two alternatives. The first is a court-appointed receiver. The second, under Corporations Code Section 308, is an independent director. Both require a petition by association members to the Superior Court and an order appointing one orRead more
While the law does not specifically say HOAs and Co-Ops must have a website, it does say “Each association shall designate on its website…” which assumes that each association must HAVE a website.
If the rules are not in their bylaws then those rules become unenforceable this is my opinion from serving as the president of the HAO for 11 years in a Community of a Thousand homes but feel free to ask an attorney.
You need to contact your hoa, It’s their responsibly for enforcing deed restrictions rules.
Section 718.112(2)(c) of the Florida Condominium Act specifically provides that members of the board may use e-mail as a means of communication, but may not cast a vote on an association matter via e-mail. Therefore, if a matter requires a vote of the board, it cannot be decided by e-mail.
The Hoa attorney help HOA board members with such interpretation and enforcement tasks, and to resolve legal disputes with or affecting individual homeowners, They can be very expensive but you should used them every time you have a legal question to ensure no Hoa laws are broken that can put the boRead more
If your hoa website doesn’t have the bylaws, Tell a hoa board member that you need access to your bylaws, You’re entitled to that by law...good luck and keep us posted.