Mr. Paul Terry Jr. Esq. will be teaching “What to Expect When You Suspect Construction Defects”
Receive in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Florida Statutes that pertain to construction defect claims, construction defect claim timelines and the roles of community associations, Board of Directors and developers.
1 HOUR CLASS #9627764
“Taking Control of Association Transitions”
Master working knowledge of how to prepare for and complete community transitions from developer. Defines responsibilities of CAM, BOD, developer and proper documentation and transfer of records, financial and physical property.
2 HOUR CLASS #9627531
Since 1984, Mr. Terry has focused his practice on assisting condominium and homeowner associations, apartment owners and other property owners resolve their construction defect issues. He also assists these property owners with insurance coverage for property and storm damage. His unique combination of knowledge and experience enabled him to secure a $19.3 Million recovery for a 30 story high rise condominium association.
He graduated from the University of California at Irvine in 1980 with degrees in Literature and Economics and received his law degree in 1984 from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where he served on the editorial board of the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly. He is admitted to practice law in Florida, California, Nevada, Colorado and Texas.
Mr. Terry frequently lectures on topics relevant to condominium and homeowner associations, including new and pending legislation, mediation and construction defect litigation.
Mr. Terry has been awarded an A-V Preeminent rating by the Martindale-Hubble Legal Directory – the highest possible rating that it awards to attorneys in the United States.