How Should Condominium Deposits Be Held? The Florida Supreme Court’s Recent Groundbreaking Decision

Dade County Bar Association
Speaking Engagement
November 12, 2014
Karyl Argamasilla speaks on "How Should Condominium Deposits Be Held? The Florida Supreme Court’s Recent Groundbreaking Decision," hosted by the Dade County Bar Association, Real Property Committee.
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