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How to Handle Lenders' Foreclosure Delays

Alan Schwartzseid | May 15, 2019

A lender's foreclosure action can create challenges for community associations seeking to collect past-due charges. Because a first mortgage lender can generally eliminate the association's lien and/or ownership, as well as certain pre-title charges, some associations cease collection when a… Continue reading

Coyotes in the Community

Arlene-Frances Ring | Mar 16, 2019

Numerous communities throughout Central Florida are experiencing encounters, many are very unpleasant, with coyotes. Numerous coyotes are in the Metro West area and are responsible for the deaths of several pets. West Orange County Cities, Ocoee, Windermere, and Winter Garden also report sighting… Continue reading

Call Before You Dig!

Russell Klemm | May 08, 2018

Florida has established a system to protect underground utilities from damage during construction and excavation, under the “Underground Facility Damage Prevention and Safety Act” (Chapter 556.105, Florida Statues). Continue reading

Important Legal Update!

Clayton & McCulloh | Mar 29, 2018

You may recall that on March 20th, our firm provided an update on certain legislation that may be entered into law this session. That update can be found here. Shortly thereafter, Governor Rick Scott…

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