20 Mar Community Association Law: Can You Turn Down an Applicant for Sale or Lease? (FL)

Your community association’s Governing Documents provide the association with the right to review and approve sales and rentals; and to charge a transfer fee to cover the costs of processing the transaction. You have an application form and you pay a company to run a background check. So, can you actually turn any of the prospective applicants down? Would the association have to buy the house or the unit if you do turn an applicant down?      Read the article……………..


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