Proposed condo reform bill expected to go before Florida legislature for final vote

A bill to reform Florida condo law is in its final phase in Tallahassee after it was unanimously approved by the Senate’s Rules Committee on Tuesday.  The bill is scheduled for a vote on Thursday in the House and is expected to go to the full Senate next week.  However, a last-minute change brought protests from condominium owners and their advocates, who for months have been pushing for approval of the reforms.    Read the article…………..


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