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HOA Open Meetings vs Closed Meetings

Homeowners Association (HOA) open meetings can be held in open sessions where all members can attend. Alternatively, HOA meetings can also be held in closed, private sessions [...]

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Implementing Electronic Voting in Associations

A legal framework supporting electronic voting by homeowners associations (HOAs) and condominium owners associations (COAs) has existed in Florida since 2015.  However, it was during the two [...]

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How to Handle Disagreements with an HOA

Some 20% of the US population lives in communities governed by condo owners associations (COAs), cooperatives or homeowners associations (HOAs). While there are certainly advantages to living [...]

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Florida Business Law Matters

Running a business in Florida requires a basic understanding of the business law and the financial frameworks that govern the various day-to-day components of company ownership.  These [...]

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7 Types of Unenforceable HOA Rules

Homeowners Associations (HOAs) and Condo Associations (COAs) have been given broad legal authority to create and enforce rules within their communities.  Associations are permitted to restrict, control [...]


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