Community Association 2017 Legislative Guide: Part II (FL)

Since we published Community Association 2017 Legislative Guide: Part I, several bills affecting community associations were signed into law, including Senate Bill 398 (estoppel bill) and House Bill 1237 (condominium crime bill). Citing London’s Grenfell Tower fire, Governor Scott vetoed House Bill 653, which among other things, made it easier for high rise condominiums to opt out of expensive fire safety retrofitting requirements.  In Part II of this legislative guide serious we explore House Bill 1237, or what has been commonly referred to as the “condominium crime bill.”     Read the article…………….


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