As mentioned in my column dated June 16, 2013 (HBs 73, 7119 Main Bills That Affect Associations), several new laws of interest to associations were passed out of the Florida Legislature in the 2013 session. Confirmation has been received that all of these laws were signed by the Governor.
Question: I reviewed your column dated December 9, 2012 (“Associations Can Run Afoul of Copyright Protections”). I find it hard to believe that if my association buys a DVD that it does not become our property, to show to whom we please.
Effective July 1, 2013, a much anticipated change has occurred – the independent entity known as the Department of Real Estate has become a license agency within the Department of Consumer Affairs known as the Bureau of Real Estate.
Before Contracting to Lease Commercial Space, Be Sure to Protect the Property Against Potential Liens
It wouldn’t be smart to pass up the chance to post an update on the project that the three of us can see from our office windows here in Roanoke.
This recent Toronto Star story illustrates tensions resulting from rapid expansion of condo developments in areas of our city previously dominated by manufacturing plants but which still contain operations that impact the surrounding area.
Today the European Parliament approved a proposal to delay the issue of 900 million emissions allowances (each representing the right to emit one metric ton of carbon dioxide or greenhouse gas equivalent, or CO2e)
Despite it being one of the wettest springs on record, leaking water pipes are a serious concern.
Construction is one of the riskiest businesses in the United States. It requires the coordination of many entities, which is one reason alone there are many disputes. What do you think causes construction claims and disputes?