5 Prudent Actions a Community Association Should Consider When Navigating Turnover

Whether your community association is a Homeowners Association, governed by Chapter 720, Florida Statutes, or is a Condominium Association, governed by Chapter 718, Florida Statutes, there are important things the Community Association Board (hereinafter the “Board”) should know and important actions that a prudent Board should consider at turnover.   Read the article…………..


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