CALL’s Florida Community Association Legislative Guide 2018 is now available. The Guide is applicable to all three types of shared-ownership communities (condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowners’ associations).
Of the twenty-plus community association bills filed during the 2018 Legislative Session, just two community association bills were passed and approved by Governor Scott: HB 617, Relating to Covenants and Restrictions, and HB 841, Relating to Community Associations. The volume of bills filed, however, shows that Florida’s legislators remain very interested in community association legislation and how it impacts their constituents. This year’s Guide focuses on the two bills that passed but also discusses a few “miscellaneous” bills that passed that may also affect your association.
The 2018 Guide features the following:
- An overview letter from me
- A summary of the community association bills that were signed into law
- A summary of the miscellaneous bills that were signed into law
- A summary of the community association bills that did not pass
- A list of actions we recommend that you, as a community association board member, should take to comply with all of the new laws
- A letter from Donna DiMaggio Berger, a shareholder with the firm and CALL’s Founding Executive Director
Please click on the following link to download your copy: Florida Community Association Legislative Guide 2018
We trust you like our new look and will find the Guide easy to use and informative.
Written by Yeline Goin and originally posted on the FL Condo HOA Law Blog