Attorney Peter Dunbar is one of the most respected and frequently quoted authorities on matters relating to the laws governing condominiums and community associations. He has drawn on his more than 34 years of experience to write The Condominium Concept, The Law of Florida Homeowners Associations (with Charles Dudley), and The Homeowners Association Manual (with son Marc Dunbar). Dunbar served two terms as a member of Florida's Condominium Advisory Council and has been both its chair and vice chair. He is an adjunct professor at the Florida State University College of Law, where he teaches condominium and community housing law. He is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and serves as the legislative counsel to the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar.
The Condominium Concept: A Practical Guide for Officers, Owners, Realtors, Attorneys, and Directors of Florida Condominiumsby Peter Dunbar
A practical and popular guide to operating a successful condominium association in Florida. Working tool with forms and references to the latest Florida Statutes. For officers, owners, realtors, attorneys and directors.
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Good as far as it goes. I recommend this as a place to start your education on the sad situation with self government in condos and HOA associations in FL. Be sure to check the state web site for code for changes. The book outlines the rules but does not reveal that there is little Government intervention with regard to enforcement and investigation. Unfortunately there is little advice or discussion of state enforcement. Rules in Florida appear to be made only to be broken and ignored. Fines to punish violations are hardly an incentive to entice members of the association to push for conformance to the law. FS718 is just a suggestion... adherence is the exception not the rule.