Harold TruppmanSouth Florida HOA Attorneys Condominium Law. The community association lawyers at Harold B. Klite Truppman, P.A. handle all facets of community association law, from collections and lien foreclosures to enforcement matters and injunctive relief actions.

As a Florida Condo law Attorney aiming in representing South Florida owners in disputes against their associations Mr. Truppman  often gets asked “how long do I have to file suit against my condo association?”  Many condo owners and homeowners have claims against their associations for “water damage and mold damage damage due to association’s failure to maintain common elements, injury claims in common areas, covenant enforcement,  illegal budget increases, selective enforcement claims, improper leasing restrictions, tortious interference with owner’s right to sell or rent, pet restrictions, interference with an owner’s quiet use and enjoyment, noise complaints, harrasment by board members and property management, architectural review claims, and improper use of funds by board members.”

Our attorneys advise the association of their legal rights and possible exposure to liability relative to contemplated actions, institute legal action on behalf of the association and defend the association with respect to lawsuits brought against the association. In addition to being highly skilled advocates in the courtroom, our attorneys regularly counsel and represent associations in transactional matters.

Our firm provides a wide range of services including:

  • Property insurance claims
  • Construction defect claims
  • Pursuit of statutory and other construction warranty claims
  • Adjacent community and commercial property development land and zoning issues
  • Collection and enforcement of association assessments
  • Lien and foreclosure of past due assessments
  • Interpretation of association governing documents
  • Preparation of amendments to association governing documents
  • Enforcement of association governing documents
  • Applicability of division of condominium regulations and state law to operation of association
  • Legal counsel on all day-to-day operational decisions of the association
  • Review, drafting and negotiation of service provider contracts
  • Review, drafting and negotiation of third party contracts
  • Review and negotiation of insurance policies
  • Review and negotiation of loan/line of credit documents
  • Preparation of meeting packages for annual and other meetings
  • Attendance at and legal counsel regarding elections of directors
  • Legal counsel to ad-hoc owner’s committees prior to turnover
  • Preparation for and attendance at association turnover meetings

Harold B. Klite Truppman, P.A.

28 West Flagler Street, Suite 201, Miami, Florida 33130 – (305) 374-7974