Aquarian Foundation, Inc. v. Sholom House, Inc.
Florida Court of Appeals
448 So.2d 1166 (1984)
The condominium declaration of Sholom House, Inc. (plaintiff) prohibited the conveyance of any interest in a condominium unit without the advance approval of the condominium association. The declaration also provided that if a unit owner violated the terms of the declaration, ownership of the unit would revert to the condominium association upon compensation for the unit’s appraised value. One owner sold a unit to the Aquarian Foundation (defendant) without association approval. Sholom House filed suit to void the conveyance and enforce the reversionary provision of its declaration. The trial court ruled in favor of Sholom House and the Aquarian Foundation appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Pearson, J.)
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