• Condominiums: given ambiguity in Condominium Act’s escrow requirements (Fla. Stat. § 718.202) and fact that willful violation of same by developer carried criminal penalties, rule of lenity required construction of statute most favorably to developer, allowing developer to maintain both types of escrow deposits in single escrow account - North Carillon, LLC v. CRC 603, LLC, No. SC12-75 (Fla. 2014) (reversing 3rd DCA and remanding)
  • Statute of Limitations: statute of limitations to challenge amendments to restrictive covenants begins to run when amendments recorded - Harris v. Aberdeen Prop. Owners Assoc., Inc., No. 4D12-1435 (Fla. 4th DCA January 22, 2014) (reversing final summary judgment)
  • Receivership: to determine appropriate receivership fee, court must conduct hearing to determine value of receiver’s services and what compensation would be just – Reema Hospitality, Inc., v. MSC1 2007-IQ13 DIKE ROAD, LLC, No. 5D13-3158 (Fla. 5th DCA January 24, 2013) (affirming in part; reversing in part and remanding)