The Law of Florida Homeowners Associations

The Law of Florida Homeowners Associations Author Peter M. Dunbar
ISBN-10 1561645591
Year 2012
Pages 174
Language en
Publisher Pineapple PressInc
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An updated guide to laws and recommended operating procedures for homeowners associations, cross-referenced to Florida statutes, includes guidelines for meetings and voting, budget and finances, and rights and responsibilities of the association and its members. Original.

The Condominium Concept

The Condominium Concept Author Peter Dunbar
ISBN-10 1561645583
Year 2012
Pages 351
Language en
Publisher Pineapple PressInc
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The practical guide for operating a successful Florida condominium association, completely updated and cross-referenced not only to the Florida Statutes and the Administrative Code but also to Florida appellate court decisions. Written in clear, concise language, this is an indispensable working tool for officers, directors, homeowners, managers, realtors, and attorneys. Includes procedures for membership meetings, the board of administration, officers and committees, the budget and financial reports, assessments (levy and collection), amending documents and modifying the property, rights and responsibilities of the unit owner, and enforcing documents and resolving disputes. Includes sample forms and documents.

The Homeowners Association Manual

The Homeowners Association Manual Author Peter M. Dunbar
ISBN-10 9781561643134
Year 2004
Pages 159
Language en
Publisher Pineapple Press Inc
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Single-family Subdivisions Townhouse and Cluster Developments Mobile Homeowners Associations Master Community Associations A homeowners association is designed to preserve the common welfare and the property values of the community. In a properly operated community, it does. In a poorly run community, it does not. The proper operating procedures are not difficult, but they are often overlooked or misunderstood. This manual provides a step-by-step explanation of the requirements for meetings, membership voting, and the necessary parliamentary procedures. It serves as a guide to help ensure that the association carries out its responsibilities fairly and effectively. You will learn: o the concept and purpose of a homeowners association o the rights and responsibilities of individual owners o how to run effective meetings o what documents you need for meetings o the rules of procedure and proper decorum o the role of the board of directors o the role of committees

Privatopia

Privatopia Author Evan McKenzie
ISBN-10 0300066384
Year 1994
Pages 237
Language en
Publisher Yale University Press
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This book is the first comprehensive study of the political and social issues posed by the rise of common-interest housing developments and their private governments. Tracing the history of this type of housing from the nineteenth century to the present, McKenzie highlights the important but little-understood role public policy has played in advancing this large-scale 'privatization for the few', and he concludes by considering the implications for civil liberties and for politics at all levels of government.

Florida Real Estate Principles Practices Law

Florida Real Estate Principles  Practices   Law Author Linda L. Crawford
ISBN-10 0793180961
Year 2003-11-01
Pages 504
Language en
Publisher Dearborn Real Estate
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This Florida real estate principles text provides up-to-date, state-specific information. Updated annually with the latest developments in Florida real estate law, this text should be a prelicensing staple for real estate students that effectively combines legal and practical aspects of Florida real estate laws and practices for prospectives salespersons.

The Landlords Rights Duties in Florida

The Landlords  Rights   Duties in Florida Author Mark Warda Warda
ISBN-10 9781572484917
Year 2005-08-01
Pages 304
Language en
Publisher Sourcebooks, Inc.
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Understanding your rights and responsibilities under Florida landlord/tenant law is essential to becoming a successful and profitable landlord in the state of Florida. A basic knowledge of the Florida law can help avoid becoming liable to tenants for damages and attorney's fees. Landlords' Right & Duties in Florida discusses issues including dealing with problems during a tenancy, protecting yourself from liability for injuries and crimes, and evicting a tenant. This guide provides east-to-understand explanations of landlord/tenant law, as well as blank forms, flow charts, and examples from actual cases. Using this book can help save you money and avoid potential liabilities. -Screening Prospective Tenants -Protecting Yourself from Liabilities -Evicting a Tenant -Changing the Terms of a Tenancy -Making a Claim for Damages -Terminating a Tenancy, Early Ready-to-Use Forms with Instructions: Apartment Lease Rental Agreement Notice of Termination Back Check Notice Eviction Summons and many more... -Florida statutes -Eviction flowcharts -Step-by-step instructions -Ready-to-use, blank forms

Understanding Property Law

Understanding Property Law Author John G. Sprankling
ISBN-10 9781579110314
Year 2012-02-10
Pages 762
Language en
Publisher LexisNexis
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Understanding Property Law is a comprehensive and authoritative treatise from our Understanding series that is suitable for use in conjunction with any Property casebook. Features include: • Complete coverage of all standard property topics, including landlord-tenant law, adverse possession, rights in personal property, estates and future interests, marital property, land sale transactions, servitudes, nuisance, zoning, takings, and other land use issues; • Analysis of cutting-edge topics, such as property rights in human bodies, current takings issues, the new Restatement (Third) of Property (Servitudes), rights and duties of homeowners' associations, and property rights in personal names and likenesses; • Discussion of the policy and historical underpinnings of property law doctrines; and • Clear writing and detailed organization to facilitate student understanding of both basic concepts and controversial topics.

Texas Homeowners Association Law

Texas Homeowners Association Law Author Gregory S. Cagle
ISBN-10 9781938223785
Year 2013
Pages 793
Language en
Publisher Hillcrest Publishing Group
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Texas Homeowners Association Law is a comprehensive legal reference book written specifically for Directors, Officers and homeowners in Texas Homeowners Associations.

Law

Law Author D. L. A. Barker
ISBN-10 9781483183787
Year 2014-05-15
Pages 444
Language en
Publisher Elsevier
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Law: Made Simple, 8TH Edition focuses on the history, elements, and interpretation of English law. The publication first elaborates on the historical and legal sources of English law and courts. Discussions cover juries, arbitration, civil, criminal, and other courts, administrative tribunals, legislation, textbooks, local custom, equity, and canon law. The book then takes a look at the judiciary, law officers, and the legal profession, outline of the law of persons, and law of contract. Topics include discharge of contract, remedies for a breach of contract, interpretation of a contract, classification of contracts, essentials of a valid contract, marriage, divorce, corporations, adoption, legitimation, guardianship, solicitors, and barristers. The manuscript examines criminal law, law of succession, law of property, and trusts. Concerns include differences between private and charitable trusts, appointment of trustees, duties and powers of trustees, settlements and trusts for sale, personal representatives, and criminal liability. The text is a valuable source of information for legal experts and researchers interested in English law.

Kill City

Kill City Author Ash Thayer
ISBN-10 1576877345
Year 2015-03-31
Pages 176
Language en
Publisher Power House Books
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After being kicked out of her apartment in Brooklyn in 1992 and unable to afford rent anywhere near her school, art student Ash Thayer found herself with few options to keep a roof over her head. Luckily she was soon welcomed into a new squat in New York's East Village. The squatters were forced to be secretive and exclusive as a result of their poor legal standing in the buildings and few outsiders were welcome and fewer photographers or journalists. Ash observed them training each other in necessary crafts, all the time documenting with her camera.

Multi owned Housing

Multi owned Housing Author Ann Dupuis
ISBN-10 9781317093282
Year 2016-04-15
Pages 264
Language en
Publisher Routledge
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This internationally edited collection addresses the issues raised by multi-owned residential developments, now established as a major type of housing throughout the world in the form of apartment blocks, row housing, gated developments, and master planned communities. The chapters draw on the empirical research of leading academics in the fields of planning, sociology, law and urban, property, tourism and environmental studies, and consider the practical problems of owning and managing this type of housing. The roles and relationships of power between developers, managing agents and residents are examined, as well as challenges such as environmental sustainability and state regulation of multi-owned residential developments. The book provides the first comparative study of such issues, offering lessons from experiences in the UK, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Hong Kong, Singapore and China.

No Place Like Home

No Place Like Home Author Brian J. McCabe
ISBN-10 9780190270469
Year 2016-04-15
Pages 224
Language en
Publisher Oxford University Press
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In the decade following the housing crisis, Americans remain enthusiastic about the prospect of owning a home. Homeownership is a symbol of status attainment in the United States, and for many Americans, buying a home is the most important financial investment they will ever make. We are deeply committed to an ideology of homeownership that presents homeownership as a tool for building stronger communities and crafting better citizens. However, in No Place Like Home, Brian McCabe argues that such beliefs about the public benefits of homeownership are deeply mischaracterized. As owning a home has emerged as the most important way to build wealth in the United States, it has also reshaped the way citizens become involved in their communities. Rather than engaging as public-spirited stewards of civic life, McCabe demonstrates that homeowners often engage in their communities as a way to protect their property values. This involvement contributes to the politics of exclusion, and prevents particular citizens from gaining access to high-opportunity neighborhoods, thereby reinforcing patterns of residential segregation. A thorough analysis of the politics of homeownership, No Place Like Home prompts readers to reconsider the power of homeownership to strengthen citizenship and build better communities.