Articles Tagged with Florida Legislation

  What a difference a month makes… Last month, we provided an update on various pieces of legislation that would have impacted community associations throughout Florida.  This month, we report that almost none of those extensive proposed changes were adopted by the legislature. What Passed:  Legislation Extending the Deadline for Fire Sprinkler or Engineered Life […]

Various bills that could dramatically affect Florida associations are presently under consideration during the current legislative session. The list below highlights some of the proposed legislative changes. This list is not exhaustive of all pending bills or provisions impacting associations. Governance and Record Keeping Senate Bill 1362 would clarify that only terms beginning in 2018 […]

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 […]

We previously discussed in a prior blog post on Florida condo legislation that new requirements were established by the Florida Legislature pertaining to condominium association websites. These new requirements, which apply to all non-timeshare condominium associations with 150 or more units, require that the association must establish and maintain a website (if the association doesn’t already have one), and must […]

In this third blog post in a series providing 2018 legislative updates, we discuss legislative changes clarifying condominium conflict of interest statutes. Parts one and two of this series addressed record keeping of condominium associations, material alteration requirements, and material alterations as they relate to electric vehicle owners. CONFLICT OF INTEREST UPDATES AND CLARIFICATIONS Effective July 1, 2018, HB […]