State division has limited authority over homeowner associations

Question: This question refers to an article that was published in July of 2015. In the article you refer to Section 720.306 of the HOA Act. In the same article you also refer to Section 720.303 of the HOA Act.  In a later article, you end your answer by saying there is no state agency to enforce HOA issues.     Read the Q&A…………..


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