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Amending condominium or cooperative bylaws can only be executed after a membership vote. If not provided for in the community documents, the State of Florida requires a minimum 2/3% of the voting interest. The amendment must contain the full text. Occasionally... 

Every association has a chronic complainer. Usually it’s the person out of one hundred (100) that always have to complain about something or another. A common nickname is condo commando, bellyacher or squawker. This person rarely has a resolution to... 

Reporting of financial requirements for homeowner association is identically the same as condominium law. The only difference is if the member of the homeowner association wishes to partition the level of financial reporting, only twenty (20%) of the... 

The time of year is here to start preparing for all association’s annual revenue reporting. If the condominium is only fifty (50) units or less, or annual revenues are less than $100.000, then cash receipts would be automatic. The end-of-the-year statement,... 

Homeowner State requirements are looser than condominium associations. At a duly called homeowner meeting, the board can officially adopt a new agenda anytime without being regarded as an emergency. Also, a vote to add or delete agenda items is not required... 

A typical Board of Director meeting requires a forty-eight (48) hour agenda notice. The notice should be posted in a conspicuous located on property. One (1) known location is all that is necessary. All agenda items should be incorporated in the agenda,... 

Sometimes surfing the net can be frustrating, even while looking for a simple general subject. Try a key word search for, “property management, Naples”. Most likely you may find conflicting websites. The first #1 listing on the front page for example,... 

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