Homeowner group managers push bills to clarify duties (FL)

Community association managers, or CAMs, are wary of a looming opinion from the Florida Supreme Court that could define much of their activities as the unlicensed practice of law, a third-degree felony. They’re hoping bills moving through the Legislature will clarify their management of homeowner and condo association funds, meetings and other duties like filing liens on property.    Read more……..


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