THE RIGHT OF ENTRY INTO A CONDOMINIUM UNIT
Eric Glazer, Esq.
Published November 29, 2021
I have been lucky over the past two weeks, having won a few
condominium arbitration cases. One of the cases involved a
demand by a condominium association for entry into a unit in
order to verify the existence of a Jacuzzi, loft and fire pit.
The owner refused and asserted many defenses. In the end, the
arbitrator ruled that there is almost no defense for the failure
of a unit owner to allow entry into a unit.
about the case, click here!
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Eric Glazer graduated
from the University of Miami School of Law in 1992 after
receiving a B.A. from NYU. He has practiced community
association law for three decades and is the owner of
Glazer and Sachs, P.A. a five attorney law firm with
offices in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
Eric is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in
Condominium and Planned Development Law.
Since 2009, Eric has been the host of Condo Craze
and HOAs, a weekly one hour radio show that airs at 11:00 a.m.
each Sunday on 850 WFTL.
Eric is the first attorney in the State of
Florida that designed a course that certifies condominium and
HOA residents as eligible to serve on a Board of Directors and
has now certified more than 20,000 Floridians all across the
state. He is certified as a Circuit Court Mediator by The
Florida Supreme Court and has mediated dozens of disputes
between associations and unit owners. Eric also devotes
significant time to advancing legislation in the best interest
of Florida community association members.