General Credit Hours: 1
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Reviewing issues facing community associations as the COVID-19 pandemic moves into its second year. Discussing how associations should prepare for the end of Florida’s declared state of emergency, reviewing how to address owner requests for exemptions and accommodations to rules adopted by community associations to battle the pandemic, discussion of the legal tools available to community associations to address “pandemic fatigue”, addressing how and if community associations should adjust their rules and restrictions due to the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, overview of collection and foreclosure issues facing community associations and the impact of federal moratoriums, addressing ethical considerations and obligations for attorneys handling pandemic related legal issues.
Covid-19 and Community Associations: A pandemic enters its terrible twos addressing burgeoning pandemic related issues & ethical obligations for attorneys
Shawn G. Brown, Hollywood; Alessandra Stivelman, Hollywood
Course Number: 4023
Ethics: 1 credit hour
Condominium & Planned Development: 1 credit hour
Real Estate: 1 credit hour