Often the only recourse available to HOA lot owners is to sue

Here’s my real concern. I’ve been trying for the last six months to address these issues thru an attorney who specializes in HOAs, and she advised me that our only course of action is to litigate. I have contacted the DBPR in Florida, and they tell me that there is no organization or authority that regulates HOAs     Read the Q&A…………….


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