New Legislation Effective July 1, 2017 Affecting Florida’s Community Associations

While much of the 2017 legislation recently passed into law affects only condominium associations, Senate Bill 39 (a.k.a., the “Estoppel Bill”) affects condominium, homeowners’, and cooperative associations.  In regard to the Estoppel Bill, remember that in addition to the statutorily required information which must be provided in the association’s estoppel (the subject of prior articles which can be viewed at, the association must provide the estoppel within 10 business days of receipt of the request, and if not so provided, a fee cannot be charged.    Read the article…………….

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