Am I grandfathered in from new rental restrictions? (FL)

Q: My condominium has always allowed units to be rented for a minimum period of 14 days. I only use my unit a few times a year and rent it when I am not in residence. I usually rent to 10 or more different groups in a given year, always obeying the existing 14-day minimum. I make a considerable amount of rental income during the high season. I just received notice that my condominium association is proposing a rental regulation amendment vote which will impose a six-month minimum. I stand to lose a lot of money. Can they do this and shouldn’t I be “grandfathered in”?    Read the Q&A…………….


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