Review of Legislation continues – Part 4 (FL)

Today’s column is the fourth installment of our annual review of legislation affecting community associations.  So far, we have reviewed Senate Bill 398, dealing with “estoppel certificates,” and parts of House Bill 1237, pertaining to board member term limits, the use of debit cards, recalls, mandatory websites for certain associations, suspension of voting rights, year-end financial reporting, and the imposition of criminal penalties pertaining to certain conduct involving condominium elections and finances. Today, we will finish up our review of HB 1237, which applies only to condominiums. HB 1237 became effective July 1, 2017.    Read the article……………..


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