The Law: Buying in an HOA? An an estoppel letter helps

Prior to 2007, Florida did not allow a homeowners association to pursue a former owner for unpaid HOA assessments and fees.  This changed in 2007 when the Florida Legislature amended Chapter 720 of the Florida Statues by adding Section 720.3085, which provides that ”[a] parcel owner is jointly and severally liable with the previous parcel owner for all unpaid assessments that came due up to the time of transfer of title.”    Read the article…………….


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