Condominium and Homeowners Associations operate much the same way as a corporation or a small government would operate. As such, one of the most important functions of any Condominium and Homeowners Association is the election process. Like any major election, Board elections in a condo association can be quite complex and present their own set of legal issues.
An election in an association setting must not only abide by the rules set out in the condominium or homeowners documents of each particular condominium and homeowners association, but also with the very specific requirements set forth by Florida Statutes. Any condo and homeowners association election that does not strictly comply with the required procedures set out in Florida Statutes and condo bylaws may be invalidated, leading to further expense and waste of time. For these reasons, it is important to have the services of an attorney who is well versed in condominium and homeowners law and the election process.
The attorneys at Mejia Shehadeh Giannamore, PLLC understand the importance of a smoothly run election and have the knowledge, skill and experienced to make sure each election is in compliance with the applicable laws and condo documents.