Common Homeowners Association
Disputes in South Florida

While the benefits of living in a planned community are great, problems undoubtedly arise. When they do, the attorneys at Perez Mayoral, P.A. are here to assist you. We represent homeowners facing the following common HOA disputes, and more:

Homeowners Association’s Duty to Maintain and Repair

Homeowner and Condominium Associations in Florida have a duty to maintain their common areas and elements. Unfortunately, associations commonly fail to meet their obligations and breach this maintenance duty, resulting in significant damage to people’s homes and condominiums.

If you are a home or condominium owner facing damages you believe were caused by your association, we can help. Our attorneys work with teams of expert inspectors, contractors, and engineers to prove both the cause and true financial extent of HOA-caused property damage. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to make your HOA pay to repair the damage they have caused.

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Violations of Homeowners Association Covenants

The internal management (or mismanagement) of your homeowners association may be negatively impacting your finances, peace of mind, home value, and safety. Your HOA may, for example, violate its governing documents by:

  • Failing to maintain common elements and areas,
  • Failing to enforce the community’s rules and regulations,
  • Failing to implement and obey safety regulations,
  • Selectively enforcing the community’s rules and regulations,
  • Issuing excessive and/or baseless violations and fines.

If you are experiencing such conduct, our firm is here to help.

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Disputes Between Neighbors

Although HOAs normally have rules explaining how disputes between neighbors within the community will be handled, sometimes those in charge do not have the judgment, perspective, or sense of fairness to settle matters without legal intervention. If you have reached the point where your association is not properly handling your dispute with a neighbor, it may be time to involve a law firm that specializes in HOA disputes, such as ours.

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Discrimination and Harassment

Whether you and your loved ones are being treated in a discriminatory manner or harassed by a neighbor, the HOA, or a third party (such as a contractor or electrician working under the auspices of the homeowners association), such conduct is illegal.

Our HOA dispute attorneys are well-versed in the federal and state laws protecting your rights and will provide you with aggressive support if you are being targeted or treated unjustly because of your race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or identity, or any other category protected under the law. We are here to help.

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Construction Defects

Structural defects that deface your home or threaten your family’s health or safety typically must be repaired by the HOA. Though an inspection may be required to determine the source of the defect, it is almost always the responsibility of the homeowners association to repair or replace defective external structures that were included in your purchase, such as a defective balcony or a faulty window.

Nevertheless, your HOA may fight to keep from financing necessary repairs by claiming you caused the damage. Without strong legal representation, you may feel that you are fighting a losing battle. Don’t let your homeowners association bully you into paying for repairs you are not responsible for. We are here to help.

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Accidents and Personal Injuries

In some unfortunate cases, an HOA’s failure to maintain common areas may result in damage to your personal property or in personal injury. If you have been hurt due to your association’s negligence or assaulted as a result of inadequate lighting or security, we may be able to hold the homeowners association accountable for all losses related to your injury, including your pain and suffering. Our firm has the experience in personal injury and HOA law required for these types of cases.

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Conflicts with HOAs are complex. Don’t go it alone. Contact us today for a free case review