Once Again, HOA Oversight Bill Fails to Gain Support by Florida Lawmakers

For the second consecutive year, new legislation aimed at increasing state oversight and regulation for homeowners associations did not receive the necessary support to become ratified by the state legislature. A bill that would have granted the Department of Business and Professional Regulation the authority to investigate complaints against HOA’s and provide educational programs for HOA board members failed miserably, as it did not even make it to its first committee hearing.     Read the article…………


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