Rosenbaum PLLC News

Noisy Neighbors and Pitfalls for the Unwary

What happens when your neighbor’s pool pump and lights keep you up at night? That issue was recently addressed by Florida’s First District Court of Appeal in, Roebuck v. Sills, a case between two neighbors in a homeowners’ association.

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COVID19 – We Are In Phase Three – What Does That Look Like For My Community?

On September 25, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244 (Phase 3; Right to Work; Business Certainty Suspension of Fines). The Order eliminated the restrictions set forth in Executive Orders 20-112, 20-123, 20-139, 20-192, 20-214 and 20-223.

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OPERATING YOUR ASSOCIATIONS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Part 2 – Phase 1 Reopening and Changes for Pools
and Recreational Facilities
By: Steven R. Braten, Shareholder & Vuth Un, Associate
On May 16, 2020, Palm Beach County entered its latest Emergency Order – No. 7 (“PBC Emergency Order 7”)

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OPERATING YOUR ASSOCIATIONS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Part 1 – Reopening of Pools and Recreational Facilities
By: Steve R. Braten, Shareholder
On Monday, Governor DeSantis met with President Trump, prior to announcing his plans for reopening Florida, as citizens of Florida prepare themselves for the “new normal” amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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OPERATING YOUR ASSOCIATIONS DURING THE CORONA VIRUS OUTBREAK: DO ASSOCIATIONS NEED TO ESTABLISH AN EMERGENCY COLLECTION POLICY?

By: Steven R Braten, Shareholder and Paula S. Marra, Senior Associate
As the country continues to battle the Coronavirus outbreak, last week’s jobs report was disastrous. Based on the latest date, in a matter of a few weeks, the country went from record low unemployment to an estimated 12.5 million Americans unemployed.

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