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  1. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    Doesn't pecuniary mean money or financial? As for "acts against one's will" that may apply to a person, not so much to the HOA. A person isn't asking me for the code. The HOA is. The HOA doesn't...
  2. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    Right now, unfortunately, the Declaration does not address access codes at all. It only addresses keys. The only thing I'm asking is that no one enter my home without proper notice (in...
  3. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    Several units have knocked down half of a kitchen wall to open up the kitchen - the part of the wall where the refrigerator was - which would require installing an outlet over on the other side of...
  4. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    No, that wasn't what I said at all. I do have an ace in the hole, but it has nothing to do with purchasing property. I'm going to pass on the unit I was considering. Hate to buy from Canadian...
  5. Building Permits: Re: Can I Be Responisble for Unpermited Work by Previous Owner

    I would imagine, in the case of the patio, that if it was done incorrectly it could do all sorts of harm. If it is pitched incorrectly, you can end up with a lot of water flowing towards the house's...
  6. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    I have no idea how you understood that from what I wrote.

    The unit I want to buy is in another building as any work done without permits would need to be resolved by the seller PRIOR to selling...
  7. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    Yes, but that's not going to happen to me. Quite by coincidence, I am looking to purchase another unit in another building as an investment property and had to contact Code Compliance about which...
  8. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do You Have to Give Your HOA an Alarm Access Code

    I can create as many access codes as I want using the phone app. I have one for the cleaning lady that works only on Mondays between 8am and 12 noon, for instance. Another for my sons granting them...
  9. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    Thank you. I was just wondering if anyone knew whether a Court would consider my alarm codes the same as keys and force me to hand one over. I want to comply with whatever the law is.
  10. Building Permits: Re: Can I Be Responisble for Unpermited Work by Previous Owner

    That's what I was afraid of.

    I guess I'll pass. Thanks!
  11. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    Thank you, that's what I was thinking. See how far they take it. They are claiming they can fine me for not providing an access code, but I'm not sure how since this isn't listed anywhere in the...
  12. Homeowners Associations: Re: Do I Have to Give the HOA an Alarm Access Code

    Yes, they found out I installed a security system and now the want an access code. I placed a sticker saying that the unit is being monitored, so I'm guessing the property manager noticed it when he...
  13. Building Permits: Can You Be Held Responisble for Unpermited Work by Previous Homeowner

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Florida

    I want to purchase a unit for investment purposes close to where I presently live.

    I'm concerned about permits done for...
  14. Homeowners Associations: Do You Have to Give Your HOA an Alarm Access Code

    My question involves real estate located in the State of: FLORIDA

    I have lived here for 10 years in peace and quiet. All these people know me and until this, we've gotten along. Now we have a new...
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