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Addressing Needed Building Repairs

The Smart Board and Property Legal Guide: Addressing Needed Building Repairs. 

 “The primary purpose of Florida condominium and homeowner associations is to maintain and repair the common areas and other components under the jurisdiction of the association.  The Board of Directors’ duty to direct proper maintain and repair steps is heightened by both the Condo and HOA Acts placing directors in a fiduciary relationship with the owners while at the same time, through statute and the governing documents, prohibiting owners from undertaking self-help measures.  Securing appropriate engineering studies, with guidance from construction counsel both as to the choice of the engineer and the scope of the investigation, is suggested in order to assure that the Board is meeting its fiduciary obligation.” 

Repair & Maintenance Obligations Webinar

Repair & Maintenance Obligations: Limitations to Board Business Judgement by Alan Tannenbaum of Tannenbaum Scro Lemole & Kleinberg.

This recording of our 09/22/20 webinar is for informational purposes only. Only those who attended the live webinar will receive continuing education credits.

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Florida Community Associations — Impact of COVID-19 on Repair Contracts

Firm Principal and Board Certified Construction Lawyer Alan Tannenbaum presents this short video on things to consider as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Read More

Force Majeure –
Covid-19 Impact on Major Repair Contracts

Understand how Covid-19 restrictions can result in a repair contractor claiming more money or more time to complete under a Force Majeure (“Act of God”) clause of the contract.not wait.

Florida Community Associations — Impact of COVID-19 on Repair Contracts

Firm Principal and Board Certified Construction Lawyer Alan Tannenbaum presents this short video on things to consider as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Read More

Some Community Association Board Actions Cannot Wait for the Virus Crisis to be Over

Board-certified construction lawyer Alan Tannenbaum of Tannenbaum Scro, P.L. warns of the risks of non-action by the board on matters which just cannot wait. Read More