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Boynton Beach Homeowners Attorneys

Boynton Beach Homeowners Attorneys

Hiring A Florida HOA Lawyer

Is your Florida HOA or COA not enforcing rules, selectively enforcing rules or holding “illegal” Board Meetings?  Most Unit Owners and Homeowners are not usually aware these types of practices go on within their Florida Associations. In Florida, discussing Association matters among a group of Board Members could be in violation of Florida Statutes if a majority (or quorum) of Board Members are not present. As Unit Owners and Homeowners are required to follow Rules in the community, Board Members must adhere to Florida law, as well as their Association’s Bylaws and Rules and Regulations when it comes to holding meetings, making decisions, and approving purchases in the community. 

Business to be discussed at board meetings cannot be discussed privately by Board Members, if there are enough members present to create a quorum of the Board.  All such business must be covered at a properly noticed public meeting of the Board of Directors that is open to all owners, with "few" exceptions. Our experienced and knowledgeable Boynton Beach Homeowners Attorneys aggressively represent Unit Owners and Homeowners fight back against the Association. You may need to consider hiring an HOA or COA attorney if you're dealing with one or more of the following issues:

  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty by the Board of Directors
  • Negligence or Self-Dealing by the Board of Directors
  • Failure to provide documents requested in an Official Records Request
  • Lien Foreclosure Defense 
  • 1.221 Class Action Lawsuits
  • Wrongful Taxing of Special Assessments, fines, and Abusive Collections' Practices
  • Selective Enforcement of Covenants
  • Lockouts
  • Failure to Maintain
  • Damage to your Property including Water Intrusion, Leaks, and Mold
  • HOA Board Recall
  • Developer Problems
  • Emotional Support Animal and Service Dog Discrimination
  • Parking Violations
  • Denial of Insurance Claims
  • Airbnb and Vacation Violations.

The Boynton Beach Homeowners Lawyers at The Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC are well versed with Florida Chapter 718 F.S., which governs Condominiums, Florida Chapter 719 F.S., which governs Cooperatives, and Florida Chapter 720 F.S., which governs Homeowners Associations.

As a Florida Unit Owner or Homeowner you have rights and you may not be equipped to fight a legal battle against a COA or an HOA alone. Call us today @ 561.699.0399 and see how our Boynton Beach Homeowners Attorneys can assist with your Florida Community Association disputes. We serve Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach. Call the Law Office of Ryan S. Shipp, PLLC today at 561.699.0399 to set-up your in-office consultation.

Our Office is located in Lantana, Florida. We serve Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Wellington, and South Florida.