Homeowners’ and Condominium Associations
The Homeowners’ and Condominium Associations Practice Group provides full-service representation for homeowners associations, condominium associations, civic associations, commercial associations, developers, and owners of property within common associations. Bush Ross is the most prominent firm in the region for community association matters. Bush Ross attorneys are recognized as individual leaders in the field through published works, public service, legislative activities and industry group leadership positions.
Bush Ross' Homeowners’ and Condominium Associations Practice Group is a one stop shop for all legal matters related to community associations. The attorneys and staff devote their practice to community association issues and have decades of experience in handling community association matters. With over 800 condominium and homeowners’ association clients, Bush Ross’ Homeowners’ and Condominium Associations Practice Group is the preeminent full-service legal solution for Florida community associations.
Bush Ross provides all aspects of community association legal services, including assessment and fine collections, covenant enforcement, document amendments, assistance with corporate operations, contract drafting, contract litigation, labor and employment litigation, and administration and supervision of elections and meetings. We also have many lawyers who are experienced with legal actions and lawsuits, including mediations, arbitrations, bankruptcy proceedings, construction litigation, eminent domain, land use and zoning, insurance litigation and appeals involving community associations.
The Community Associations Practice Group's areas of experience include:
- Association Disputes
- Collection of Unpaid Assessments and Fees
- Community Association Administration
- Construction Defects
- Covenant Enforcement
- Document Preparation, Interpretation and Amendment
- Employment Issues
- Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation
- The Marketable Record Title Act
- Preparation and Review of Contracts
- Preparation of Condominium Documents and subdivision restrictions
- Resolution of Title Issues
- Transition from Developer