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Part 1 of Three-Part Series Community Association 2017 Legislative Update

This year ,the four most important bills affecting community associations are Senate Bill 398, House Bill 653, House Bill 1237;…

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Liens for Interior Designs

Section 713.79 provides: “Liens for interior design services.—Any person who, as part of his or her services performed as an…

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Important Update for CAMs

For CAMs — An important development pursuant to the passing of Housr Bill 1237: Under 718.111 (1) as amended by…

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According to Law, the Official Records an Association Must Keep

Section 718.111(12), of the Florida Condominium Act, outlines the official records the association must keep. The statute outlines a number…

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Governor Scott Signs HB 377 Bill

Florida Gov. Rick Scott recently signed the HB 377 bill. This is a GENERAL BILL by Judiciary Committee ; Civil…

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Violating Architectural Rules & Regulations Can Get Expensive

Most association’s Governing Documents require that the Association must review construction plans/permits and then issue written consent for construction of…

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Reserves and Their Necessity

While operating costs require monitoring, obtaining competitive bids, etc., it is the major replacements and projects that can overwhelm community…

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Erum Kistemaker Featured in Daytona Beach News-Journal

Erum Kistemaker, managing partner of Kistemaker Business Law Group, was recently featured in the Daytona Beach News-Journal for her selection…

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Kistemaker Business Law Group Welcomes Summer Intern

Kistemaker Business Law Group welcomes a summer intern. Michael Tydir is a proud local, born and raised in Daytona Beach….

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Kistemaker Joins Pine Trail Elementary School Advisory Council

Congratulations to our Erum who has been named to the Pine Trail Elementary School Advisory Council (SAC).  This council assists in…

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