Pursuant to Florida Statutes governing Condominium and Homeowners Association Law, Owners have an obligation to pay assessments to their Condominium and Homeowners Associations. Such assessments may include professional management fees, security service fees, landscaping maintenance and repairs.
In addition, there may be “Special Assessments” for outstanding expenses, such as infrastructural failures for which no reserve fund are held, which may require a Condominium or Homeowners Association to pay expenses beyond that of which is approved on an annual basis. When individual owners fail to uphold their obligation of payment toward their respective Condominium or Homeowners Associations, such losses can be catastrophic to the Association and may result in the Associations inability to operate.
As such, it is essential to have an experienced condominium and homeowners attorney who will work aggressively and effectively to see that the Condominium and Homeowners Association is able to collect delinquent condo fees and assessments. At Mejia here Shehadeh Giannamore, PLLC, our Condominium and Homeowners Association Attorneys are experienced in dealing with delinquent units and ensuring that either their outstanding dues are paid, or legal course of action is taken such as preparing demand letters, filing liens, working out payment plans with unit owners, and if necessary, filing foreclosure actions.
Our attorneys specialize in condominium and homeowners association law and have experience dealing with delinquent condo units. Our legal staff will work with your association on preparing demand letters and responding to notices in a timely fashion. We will not only deal with delinquent units in your community but we will also ensure that everything is dealt with in a timely and efficient manner.