Clayton & McCulloh offers their clients two fixed fee options for covenant enforcement letter(s), the Pounder or the Mini-Pounder. Please select which option you would like to utilize for this particular covenant enforcement action:
Pounder: The Pounder is an aggressive demand letter to the Owner (and one to the Tenant, if applicable) delineating the violations and demanding compliance. There may be several provisions in your documents being violated and you may not be aware of some of them. We will recite in the letter each provision we determine has been violated, the enforcement provisions (i.e., those authorizing the Association to compel compliance), and the relevant Florida Statues. Additionally we will enclose with the letter copies of all the relevant portions of the documents delineated above. The letter will demand that the Owner (and the Tenant, if applicable) come into compliance (by correcting all of the violations) within a specified time frame. Finally, we will put the Owner (and the Tenant, if applicable) on notice that if he, she or they fail to come into full compliance, the Association intends to escalate the matter and avail itself of its legal remedies. The original of the letter is sent by certified mail and a duplicate copy is sent by regular mail. The Pounder is aptly named because for additional effect, we endeavor to make it literally weigh a pound.
If the additional letter to a Tenant is required, there will be a small additional fee. This letter to the Tenant is usually sent at the same time we mail the letter to the Owner.
Mini-Pounder: While most clients prefer the Pounder given its greater likelihood of obtaining compliance, we do offer a less aggressive and less expensive alternative. This 1 to 1 ½ page demand letter is significantly less comprehensive and accordingly less persuasive than our Pounder. (Note: this letter is similar to the run of the mill demand letters used by most other firms.)