Florida Associations Must Embrace New Laws – Part 1

It has been a month since HB 791 went into effect. How has your Association adapted to the change? This law did a wonderful job of bringing Associations into the present by allowing electronic voting. It also clearly defined the applications of payments and distributing fines and penalties, as well as official records and membership eligibility. We’ll outline the major changes here in this blog and encourage you to give us a call if you have any further questions about how the amendments and changes we did not cover may affect your Association.    Read the article………….


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