Tenant sues association over high fees (FL)

A tenant is suing a Miami condo association over its excessive application and move-in fees, saying they violate state law.  The lawsuit is the first of several class-actions that attorneys say they plan to file against condo associations over high fees. In June, the Miami Herald reported that condo boards routinely charge consumers hundreds of dollars more than state law allows. Florida statute caps the amount condos can charge to apply and move in at $100 per person.    Read the article…………..


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