Thursday, November 20th, 2008 | Author:kelsky_admin When a Developer Can Extend A Deadline

In the last blog entry, I mentioned the “impossibility of performance” doctrine as it relates to a purchaser trying to terminate a condominium construction contract.   One of the exemptions applicable to the Interstate Land Sales Act (“ILSA”) allows a developer to avoid complying with the registration terms of the act provided that the condominium unit […]

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Friday, November 7th, 2008 | Author:kelsky_admin Condominium Contract Termination Disputes

It’s no secret that condominium developers have built huge buildings throughout the South Florida area.  One just needs to turn an eye toward the east where they will be greeted with high rise after high rise.  While the beach front areas have always been a popular area for condominium development, the housing boom in the […]

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Wednesday, November 5th, 2008 | Author:kelsky_admin Air Conditioning Systems Breeding Mold

Condominium unit owners and home owners alike should note that mold infestation may not be limited to just drywall, carpeting, etc.  Air conditioning systems can breed mold.  For example, if duct work is not appropriately sealed or if there are other points where cold air comes into contact with warm air throughout the air conditioning […]

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