Condo Associations: How to Get the Records You Need

by Isaac Benmergui, Esq on October 20, 2011

You might be facing a violation of rules, or questioning the need for a new roof and the costs to be assessed. Whatever the reason, you’ll need a copy of the condominium association records. Make certain you get what you need:

* Ask the association what the rules are for having access to the records. Not all records may be available for inspection.

*  A request sent by certified mail is not required, but you may have to provide proof that the association received the request.

*  The condominium association must make the records available within 5 days of receiving your request. A Homeowner’s Association has 10 days to comply.

*  You can make copies, but there may be a fee of up to 50 cents per page if the association uses their own copying equipment. Section 718.111 (12)(c) and 720.303(5)(c) sets forth further rules on record photocopying.

Getting Legal Help

The law offices of Isaac Benmergui can help you with your legal real estate needs; call 780-800-2510 or email for more information or to set up an appointment today.


Previous post:

Next post: