The Grove Isle Condominium Board today issued an update on the status of the litigation that was initiated in July 2009. This litigation addresses
- the private versus public character of the Grove Isle Club facilities and the accessibility of Grove Isle to non-residents and non-members of the Grove Isle Club
- the assessment of annual Club dues as apposed to the initial membership fee provided for in the Declaration of Condominium
- the Association’s responsibility for the payment of total costs and expenses for maintaining, managing, and operating the bridge, gatehouse, security systems, roadways, and other amenities including providing security service and lighting for the benefit of all Grove Isle.
Recently a three-judge panel of the Third District Court of Appeal said the Grove Isle Association lawsuit was wrongfully dismissed with prejudice by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge John Schlesinger. Please see the attached document from the Board to read further about the current status of this case (please click on image to open document).