Governor Vetoes House Bill 653 (FL)

One of the most talked about community association legislative bills this session was House Bill 653 (HB 653), which proposed changes to the Condominium Act and the Homeowners Association Act. Gov. Rick Scott vetoed HB 653 at 7:55 p.m. on June 26. HB 653 had many changes, one of which was an amendment easing the fire-protection requirements for condominium buildings in Florida.    Read the article………….

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