I am in the state of Florida. My condo association
is doing concrete restoration on our properties. I have requested, by email, a copy of the contract for the work. This was done
almost 15 business days ago. Several emails have been exchanged between myself and the Association Board. They have so far done nothing but ridicule and abuse me by email.
Last correspondence from the Board President was that she doesn't have time to make me a copy and accused me of being a persistent pest.
this morning I ran into two Board members and asked them what their position is in getting me the Contract. One Board member told me since there are many change orders there is no completed contract and therefore it would be impossible to provide me with anything. I told him to review my request, which was for the Contract and change orders TO DATE. he repeated, therefore, would be no contract if the change orders keep coming.
the other Board member told me that an email (despite their) numerous responses to same is NOW not considered a request in writing. where does Florida law stand on this issue. I spoke with DBPR and they said for a legal interpretation of email being "written" I would need to hire an attorney. Seriously????
Can you advise if email request which has been responded to on several occasions acknowledging the request is NOW all of a sudden not a valid request.