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(L to R) Jonathan Goldstein and David Podein, Haber Slade in Miami. Courtesy photo. From left, Jonathan Goldstein and David Podein, Haber Law, Miami. Courtesy photo.

The prevalence of the COVID-19 coronavirus raises many issues for condominium associations. Florida’s enactment of extensive condominium emergency powers was intended to address hurricanes, and yet it now becomes a tool for associations to manage threats posed by a global pandemic. Similarly, guest and rental policies (and their enforcement) have health impacts that have likely never been considered before. In an indirect way, COVID-19 also has us considering another novel issue for associations: the implementation of fingerprint biometric systems in condominiums.

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