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Attorney Donna DiMaggio Berger with Becker & Poliakoff in Fort Lauderdale. Attorney Donna DiMaggio Berger with Becker & Poliakoff in Fort Lauderdale.

Many community association boards continue to be resilient and cautious in the face of ongoing pressure from some residents to open all amenities, hold in person meetings, allow unfettered access to the property, and act as if the COVID-19 pandemic is over. This pressure has only increased since Gov. Ron DeSantis issued his Phase 3 Reopen Emergency Order on Sept. 25.

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