Author Archives: Hans C. Wahl, Esq.

What Does Florida Law Say About A Community Association Bulk Services Agreement Such As Cable And Internet Service?

Bulk services agreements are those agreements entered into between a condominium association or homeowners association and a company for providing similar services to the community’s entire membership.  These are most commonly used for providing the community with broadband services, such … Read Full Post

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Condominium Association Conflict Of Interest And Required Disclosure

In 2017, Florida enacted legislation that specifically required disclosure when a condominium association conflict of interest arises between a director or officer and a vendor.  Specifically, Fla. Stat. 718.3027(1) states that the two situations below create a rebuttable presumption of … Read Full Post

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Rule Enforcement Authority of Rules and Regulations made by a Community Association Board

The Florida Homeowners’ Association Act and the Florida Condominium Act provide a community association’s board of directors with authority to promulgate rules and regulations concerning the association property and its members.  The creation and enforcement of an association’s rules and … Read Full Post

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Handling Delinquent Customers: Legal Action And Collection Methods, Part II

Often times the most challenging part of operating a business is ensuring you’re getting paid for your efforts.  This involves the effective and efficient handling of delinquent customers, including formal legal action and collection methods.  Part I of this blog … Read Full Post

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Handling Delinquent Customers: Legal Action and Collection Methods, Part I

Often times the most challenging part of operating a business is ensuring you’re getting paid for your efforts.  As a business chugs along month after month, it’s inevitable that a stack of past-due accounts receivables eventually grows.  This is an … Read Full Post

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Making Sense: Legal And Practical Considerations Of A Community Association Committee In Florida

Most condominium and homeowners’ associations have committees in place to assist the board of directors with association operation and business, but few utilize committees properly or effectively.  The creation, purpose and authority of committees can be confusing, but it doesn’t … Read Full Post

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The Bankruptcy Code: The Automatic Stay – How It Impacts Debtors, Creditors and Trustees

What happens when a debtor is granted an automatic stay in bankruptcy court? Essentially, it halts creditors and potential creditors from trying to collect pre-bankruptcy debts. However, there are exceptions which may be relevant to your case. This video presentation … Read Full Post

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How Florida Condominium Law Impacts Collection Of A Condominium Assessment By Florida Condominium Associations

Florida condominium law is ever-evolving. As a result, an effective condominium law attorney can help ensure condominium associations are able to collect an overdue condominium assessment from each unit owner. In this video presentation recorded by Hans C. Wahl, he explains … Read Full Post

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Buyer Actions And Seller Actions For Drafting A Complaint Due To A Real Estate Sales Contract Breach

A real estate sales contract establishes the rights and obligations of the buyer and seller. As a result, it is important to understand what each party must do to avoid a contract breach. Otherwise, litigation may become necessary in order … Read Full Post

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Recommendations For How To Avoid A Consumer Protection Violation

Many laws have been passed in both the United States and the State of Florida to protect the rights of consumers. As a result, it is incumbent on you to apply policies in your organization to avoid a consumer protection … Read Full Post

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