Florida Associations Must Embrace New Laws – Part 2

In a previous blog we discussed a few aspects of HB 791, a new law effective for community associations as of the beginning of this month. The law affects many aspects of homeowners, condominium, and other community associations. Today we’ll venture further into the details of the legislative amendments.   Read the article……….


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