Monthly Archives: October 2022
Florida Real Estate And The Fair Housing Act
Both Florida’s legislature and the U.S. federal government have established Fair Housing Acts, intended to curb discrimination on the basis of race/color, sex/gender, religion, national origin, and disability, among others. However, sometimes discrimination is not that easy to detect, particularly if someone has not had to buy or rent a home before. If you… Read More »
Can HOAs Regulate Political Signage In Members’ Yards?
Elections are relatively frequent in the United States, from homeowners’ association board members to presidential contests. It has become common practice to put signs on a person’s lawn in order to signify one’s support for their chosen candidates – but in some places, it is permissible for those expressions of support to be regulated…. Read More »
Condominium Mold Law In Florida
There are a variety of reasons why mold may appear in a Florida condominium, from sea air to plumbing damage to natural disasters. Many condo owners operate under the assumption that the condominium association is on the hook to cover any damage, but in reality, most insurance policies of this type have explicit mold… Read More »