Retroactive Application Statue of Amendments: Does Your Declaration Have “Kaufman” Language? (FL)

Community association lawyers are often presented inquiries from their clients as to whether laws newly adopted by the Florida legislature apply to their governing documents, especially when the new law is contrary to their declaration’s existing provisions. A similar question was recently asked and answered by Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal in the case of The Tropicana Condominium Association, Inc. v. Tropical Condominium, LLC.    Read the article……………


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