Florida Condominium and Homeowner Association: Know Your Governing Documents and Florida Law

Condominium associations and homeowner associations (HOA) are abundant in Florida. These types of associations are typically governed by declarations/covenants and restrictions, as well as bylaws and articles of incorporation (collectively referred to in this post as the governing documents). These associations are also governed by detailed provisions of the Florida Statutes. Chapter 718 (condominiums) and Chapter 720 (home owners associations).    Read the article………..


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