Legislative Update: Estoppel Certificate Bill Dead, Bill to Make Administrative Changes to Association Practices Passes

The premature adjournment “sine die” of the recent session of the Florida House of Representatives spelled the demise of various bills that had not yet been passed. One such bill was HB 611, which was the subject of one of our blog articles describing the various changes that were being proposed by the bill in connection with procedures and charges related to estoppels provided by community associations.    Read the article……….


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