Another Fine Legislative Mess with House Bill 1357 (FL)

When Florida’s legislature is in session, there is never a shortage of topics to write about. House Bill 1357 (“HB 1357”) is no exception. It is another overreaching piece of legislation that will only serve to make assessment debts harder to collect and will cause association assessments to increase in order to comply with its overreaching and micro-managing requirements. HB 1357 is inartfully conceived. There is no intent to criticize anyone that participated with HB 1357, but rather to point out the many problems that will be created should such an ill-conceived legislative effort be passed into law.   Read the article…………


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