2017 Legislative Update for Florida’s Community Association Laws: Part II

On July 1st, the 2017 amendments to the Florida Statutes affecting community associations became effective. The 2017 legislative amendments to the Condominium Act and Homeowners Association Act are substantial. This post is Part II (click here for part I) in a three-part blog series detailing these legislative amendments and focuses on changes to the law concerning financial reporting requirements, criminal penalties, and official records.     Read the article………………


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