Scott veto means condo hardship, lawyer says (FL)

Gov. Rick Scott vetoed a bill giving condo boards more control over how they add fire sprinklers but bill backers say condo associations will now be forced to pay for the fire-safety upgrades.  The bill would have affected older high-rise buildings, according to a House staff analysis. Condominium buildings that are three stories or more and have been constructed since 1994 are required to have sprinkler systems and, as result, comply with the requirements. The bill was aimed at older buildings.    Read the article………….


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