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Florida law defines the term “dispute” as it relates to condominium law. According to Florida law, F.S. 718.1255 (1):
“Dispute” does not include any disagreement that primarily involves: title to any unit or common element; the interpretation or enforcement of any warranty; the levy of a fee or assessment, or the collection of an assessment levied against a party; the eviction or other removal of a tenant from a unit; alleged breaches of fiduciary duty by one or more directors; or claims for damages to a unit based upon the alleged failure of the association to maintain the common elements or condominium property.imposes a fiduciary duty upon condominium officers and directors of the association.
If the matter qualifies as a “dispute,” then MANDATORY NONBINDING ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION OF DISPUTES may arise. F.S. 718.1255 (4). The law imposes a pathway which must be followed to resolve disputes. Attorney Herbert Allen provides help with condominium disputes. If you need help with your condominium board, please contact me at 321.508.7540. I answer my own telephone and welcome your call. The duties and obligations of condominium boards may be found in the Florida Statutes, administrative rules, and condominium declarations. The State of Florida has some programs available to help residents hold their condominium boards accountable. If you have had problems with your condominium unit, or have found your condominium board acted improperly or unlawfully, of if you have other condominium legal issues, please call me at 321.508.7540. I answer my own telephone and invite your call. Condominium Disputes │ Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A.
I handle many legal cases without an office consultation. We can work together through email, fax, U.S. mail, texting, and many other means of communication and document exchange. If you need to visit my office, Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A., is located at 1360 S. Patrick Dr., Suite 1A, Satellite Beach, FL 32937. I provide attorney legal services for condominium boards, owners, and other matters related to condominiums, home-owner associations, mobile home communities, and other real estate matters. My practice areas include Satellite Beach, Melbourne Beach, Merritt Island, Indialantic, Melbourne, Eau Gallie, Rockledge, Viera, Cocoa Beach, Cocoa, Palm Bay, Palm Shores, West Melbourne, Suntree, Patrick Air Force Base, Cape Canaveral and all of Florida. Free initial consultation. For condominium law help, call 321.508.7540. I answer my own telephone. Condominium Disputes │ Herbert L. Allen, Jr., P.A.