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Florida Condominium and HOA Fining Laws are Slightly Different

Posted in Covenant Enforcement/Violations, Legislation, Suspensions, Fines & Remedies, Uncategorized

Question: There seems to have been a lot of change in the law about fining. Has the legislature finally made the condominium statute and the homeowners’ association statute the same on this issue? (C.M. by e-Mail) Answer: More or less. The legislature is getting closer to making the statutes identical, but there are still a… Continue Reading

Can All HOA’s Levy Fines?

Posted in Covenant Enforcement/Violations, Reader Q&A, Suspensions, Fines & Remedies

Question: Our homeowners’ association governing documents do not have a provision that authorizes fining homeowners. The documents only contain a provision for levying assessments and a lien due to unpaid assessments. Do the Florida Statutes authorize all homeowner associations with the ability to fine regardless of that association’s governing documents? J.K. (via e-mail) Answer: Yes,… Continue Reading