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Managing the Florida condominium

Clark, William D.

Managing the Florida condominium

by Clark, William D.

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Published by D & S Publishers in Clearwater, Fla (P.O. Box 5105, Clearwater 34618-5105) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florida.
    • Subjects:
    • Condominiums -- Law and legislation -- Florida.,
    • Condominium associations -- Law and legislation -- Florida.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William D. Clark.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFF114.C6 C55 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (loose-leaf) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2247804M
      LC Control Number89122955

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      2 days ago  Managing Shareholder Gary Rosen who was in attendance for the ceremony said, “Listening to Steve’s introduction, I was struck by the length of the list of leadership positions Steve has held in the ABA, the Florida Bar, and so many other organizations, all of which have required a commitment of time and labor that defies human ://   License Requirements for Community Association Management in Florida A look at who needs to get a community association management license from the state of Florida and how to get one. Anyone who manages a homeowners association with more than 10 units or that has an annual budget of $, or more is required to get a Community Association


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It is the responsibility of the condo board to keep the condo civilized by maintaining peace and handling issues in a professional way. A good condo board will keep in touch with the residents to help solve their problems.

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Working tool with forms and references to the latest Florida Statutes. For officers, owners, realtors, attorneys and  › Books › Law › Practical Guides. He has drawn on his more than 34 years of experience to write The Condominium Concept, The Law of Florida Homeowners Associations (with Charles Dudley), and The Homeowners Association Manual (with son Marc Dunbar).

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Dunbar also writes a similar book for homeowner associations. I call this book my condo   No license is required for managing personally owned properties.

There is not a “Property Manager” license or certificate. Also, certain rental properties need a license through the Div. of Hotels and Restaurants. Are there any exceptions to the requirement that a Florida property manager have a broker’s license.

:// One of the primary goals of this blog is to provide Florida condominium association Boards with the information necessary to properly self-manage their condominium. However, before a Board can make the decision to become self-managed, it is necessary to consider the pros and cons of self-management.

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Dunbar online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 4 editions - starting at $ Shop  › Books › Law › Civil Procedure. Florida law requires that condominiums maintain the official records of the association within the state for at least 7 years. The records of the association shall be made available to a unit owner within 45 miles of the condominium property or within the county in which the condominium property is