A Condo Termination Bill That Could Satisfy Public Outcry

The Florida Legislature will consider a new bill in March or April that amends Section 718.117 of the Condominium Act. Specifically, this amendment deals with the termination of condominiums.   Before delving into the new bill, one must understand its origins. Indeed, in order to understand where we are going, we need to understand the past. Only then can we appreciate the future.    Read more………

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