Senate Bill Seeks to Criminalize Certain Violations of the Condominium Act (FL)

Florida’s 2017 legislative session is well under way and we are already seeing a slew of bills directed at community associations. One bill in particular should alarm anyone working with or serving on a condominium association board of directors. Senate Bill 1682, filed by Senator Rene Garcia, proposes numerous changes to how condominium associations are governed and seeks to impose criminal penalties for certain violations of the Condominium Act.    Read the article………….


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