Guiding Brevard County Developers And Associations With The HOA Turnover Process
Transferring control of an association from the developer is a complicated process. Strict timelines and complex procedures are typically involved. There are also critical documents involved that must be provided by the developer. These include but are not limited to:
- Construction plans, specifications, permits and inspection reports
- Financial records and expenditures involved with the project
- Contractors, vendors and suppliers involved with the construction
- Insurance policies
- Certificates of occupancy
- Utility and other service contracts
The Importance Of Getting Experienced Legal Assistance
The importance of getting the assistance of experienced counsel to help with the turnover process is critical.
An attorney knowledgeable in this area of law will know the process in great detail, what is needed to complete the turnover process, by whom and when.
Without such guidance, critical issues could get missed that may be problematic down the line or result in costly financial burdens to the association.
Hiring Our Team
At Goldman, Monaghan, Thakkar & Bettin, P.A., our team of lawyers possesses decades of legal experience handling a wide range of legal matters, including all aspects involving homeowners’ association law.
We take pride in providing high-quality services that have resulted in long-term relationships with many clients, business owners and HOA associations throughout Brevard County, Florida.
Learn more about our team of lawyers and our homeowners’ association services.