Florida Condominium Association Emergency Powers

In Florida, condominium living is a way of life. Many of the state’s condominiums are located in places where they can capture a view and typically that means they are close to the water. In Florida, we also have hurricanes. Hurricanes have largely shaped Florida’s construction industry in that the building code is shaped and modeled after the construction of structures that can withstand hurricane winds. Sometimes, however the storm surge and winds can over-take these structures and can lead to a catastrophe to not only buildings but entire regions of the state of Florida. When this happens, condominium associations are required to act and act quickly.     Read the article………….

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