Articles Tagged with Florida Condo Law

Some associations are unaware that they could be entitled to an exemption for the sales tax related to a major expense – utilities for common areas serving exclusively residential properties, including condominiums and homes in a homeowners’ association.  However, nonresidential uses are not exempt. Section 212.08(7)(j), Fla. Stat. provides an exemption for the sale of […]

In part one of this blog post, we covered the basics of condo terminations, dived into how they work, and promised that in part two we’d cover recent legal changes for terminations, which include restrictions on terminations, stricter voting requirements, and other changes. In 2007, the Florida legislature authorized an amendment to Florida Statute §718.117 allowing terminations of condos by […]

Imagine not being able to collect homeowners’ association dues or enforce rules in your community. For homeowners’ associations approaching thirty (30) years of age, this threat is more than a cause for sleepless nights and may become a reality if covenants are not preserved in a timely fashion from the operation of The Marketable Record […]

In 2017, extensive legislative changes were made to laws governing various condominium governance items, including board member recall procedures and association financial reporting laws. This year, several clarifications have been made to those (in some cases dramatic) changes. Board Recalls  2017 legislation upended the longstanding recall process, requiring immediate control in favor of the replacement board if […]