Ever since Champlain Towers South collapsed in the middle of the night last Thursday, killing at least 12 with another 149 people still unaccounted for as of Wednesday morning, condominium association lawyers have been fielding questions from associations about their buildings.

David Haber, a board-certified condominium attorney based in Wynwood, said his phone has been ringing from current and prospective clients who want to negotiate contracts for repairs, review the status of ongoing repairs or remediation, and communicate the board’s taken or planned actions to analyze its building in the wake of the collapse in Surfside.

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