Condo fraud legislation adds teeth to Florida’s laws

The investigative series by El Nuevo Herald and Univision 23 last year on condominium association fraud exposed severe flaws with Florida’s condo laws and their enforcement. It spurred the state attorney’s office to conduct a grand jury investigation, which culminated in February with a witheringly scornful report that called for major changes to the state’s laws governing condominium associations and the agency that is charged with overseeing them.    Read the article…………..

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