Annual Condo and Development Law Conference at Miami Law with Focus on Surfside Collapse

The 47th Annual Ralph E. Boyer Institute on Condominium Law will cover the latest on crucial topics for attorneys and professionals involved in condominiums, homeowners, and community association law and development, including the latest Surfside legislation.
Annual Condo and Development Law Conference at Miami Law with Focus on Surfside Collapse

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (September 13, 2022) – Miami Law and the Ralph E. Boyer Institute on Condominium Law present the 47th Institute on Condominium and Cluster Development conference Thursday, October 6 & Friday, October 7, 2022, at The Boca Raton, 501 East Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432.

The two-day conference is designed to update condominium generally and planned development law and explore topics of current interest, such as the effects of natural and viral disasters on community associations. The sessions will explore judicial, legislative, arbitration, and recent administrative developments, many growing out of the Surfside collapse.

 The program’s director, William P. Sklar, will be joined by real estate and arbitration attorneys and representatives from the Bureaus of Compliance and Standards and Registration at the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshare, and Mobile Homes.

"This year’s Institute will focus on the most significant statutory changes in Florida‘s condominium act affecting ownership, maintenance, and operation of condominiums in the 60 year history of condominiums in Florida ," said Sklar. "We look forward to providing the latest information as to the implementation of new mandatory requirements for inspections, transparency, and reserve funding which will affect over four million Floridians and all future buyers of Florida condos."

Sklar’s practice areas include the representation of developers and lenders in a broad range of planning, drafting, and development of residential, commercial, and complex mixed-use condominiums and planned developments. Additionally, Sklar serves as regulatory counsel to developers and lenders relative to compliance under numerous federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, and ordinances, including the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act, Fair Housing Act, Florida Condominium and Homeowners Association Acts, and numerous other laws and regulations affecting real estate development and transactions.

The event will earn Florida Bar CLE credits, pending approval: 18.0 Certification Credits in Business Litigation, Real Estate, and Condominium & Planned Land Development Law; 11.5 general credits, including 1.0 in ethics.11.5 certification credits in real estate and condominium & planned land development law. 

The registration fee of $599.00 covers October 6 and 7 of the conference. Law firms with five or more individuals who register for the conference will receive a 10% discount per person. Please email to receive more information before registering.

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