New Laws for Associations Effective July 1, 2015 (FL)

The Florida statutes for Homeowner Associations were updated on July 1, 2015 been New Laws for Associations recently updated and are now officially in effect. These updates may change the way you and your association do things, so it’s important to understand what changes have been made and how your community will be affected. Here are some important parts of the new laws for Homeowner Associations:    Read the article………..


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