Rosenbaum PLLC News
TO FINE OR NOT TO FINE, THAT IS THE QUESTION?
Our community association clients often ask whether fining an owner for violating the governing documents of the association “is worth the effort?” We respond, “Well, that depends. Do you have a formal fining process in place and is the association following the statutory process to properly levy and impose fines.” A response we hear too read more…Read Full Article
WHO “DECLARES” WHAT ALTERATIONS ARE MADE?
Can a Board of Directors vote on material alterations to a condominium building without a member vote? You may be surprised by the answer. Section 718.113(2)(a), Florida Statutes, contains a well-known restriction on “material alterations” to the common elements of a condominium building, which provides as follows: Except as otherwise provided in this section, there read more…Read Full Article
Governor Extends Dates for Development Orders
Would you benefit from an extended time period to comply with development deadlines? If so, now is your time to act. On September 4, 2017, Governor, Rick Scott issued an Executive Order declaring a State of Emergency for the entire State of Florida due to Hurricane Irma. Florida Statutes provide for an extension of time read more…Read Full Article
Rosenbaum PLLC Sponsors $75,000 Grand Prix at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center
On January 14, 2018, the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center conducted the Rosenbaum PLLC $75,000 Grand Prix. The competition initially involved 45 riders, 15 of whom qualified for the final face off. Nineteen year-old Emily Moffitt took first place with Tipsy Du Terral. Second place went to Mattis Tromp, and third place went to Mclain read more…Read Full Article
Rosenbaum PLLC Trial Team Scores Major Victory in Important Jury Trial
On December 10, 2017, following a ten day trial, a Palm Beach County jury returned a verdict in favor of Rosenbaum PLLC’s clients, four entities owned and operated by Wellington Equestrian Partners, LLC, through their manager, Mark J. Bellissimo. A re-print of the Palm Beach Post article about the case is below. This was a read more…Read Full Article