State hears Poinciana APV vote complaint (FL)

The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation has required a response by the Association of Poinciana Villages, regarding a complaint filed against the homeowner’s association by a resident about February’s voting for its village and master board directors.  But, the 10th District Court Judge Larry Helms partially granted a motion filed by APV, developer AV Homes and the Village One Association to dismiss a complaint that the HOA violated its own bylaws, written in 1985, and thus its collection of fees, election of officers and other actions were illegal.    Read the article……………


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