Condo Association Law

Orlando & Central Florida

Condo Association Law

Condominium Association Law is very similar to a Homeowner Association Law. In the State of Florida a Condominium Association must be registered as a Florida For-Profit Corporation.

Preparing for your Consultation

When arriving for your free initial consultation with our firm, it is important to bring with you all documents relating to your condo association agreements.

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Condominium Association Law

Condominium associations are essentially a small governing body of a community: they have elected officials, they conduct business with outside entities, deal with constituents, and they become embroiled in occasional disputes. Condominium associations are often forced to resolve disputes with unit owners, outside contractors, management companies, and even local city and county governments. Whenever these disputes arise, you or your association should have a well-qualified law firm to represent its interests.

New Condo Association Formation

If you are in a new development community and are forming a new condo association, our law firm can help set up your new association, ensure it is set up properly, is properly registered as a Florida Corporation, and provide help and guidance understanding Florida Condominium Association Laws.