Push to revise HOA rules statewide underway (FL)

Channel 9 has reported on a battle among HOA members in Poinciana that grew heated and ended up in front of a judge. Now that battle could lead to a new state law that would affect HOAs statewide.  State Rep. John Cortes said HOA disputes shouldn’t have to play out with residents protesting in the streets and board members heading to court.  In Poinciana, the board members fired the property management company and moved $1.6 million in HOA funds to a new account.     Read the article……….


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