How the Save Calusa Trust Case and Proposed Legislation Impacts Florida Property Owners and HOAs

The Florida Marketable Record Title Act (“MRTA”) was enacted in 1963 to simplify conveyances of real property and provide greater certainty to landowners. Generally, MRTA provides that any person holding any recorded estate or interest in land for 30 years or more has title to the land, free and clear of most claims or encumbrances.  Read the article………….


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