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Status of Community Association Bills and CALL to Action on HB 653, Relating to Community Associations (Condominiums, Cooperatives, and Homeowners’ Associations) – CALL Alert for June 8, 2017

Posted in advocacy, CALL Alert, Fire Sprinklers, Legislation, Video

As of this writing, we are still waiting for the two main community association bills, HB 653 and HB 1237, to be sent to Governor Rick Scott. Once a bill is sent to him, he will have fifteen (15) days to act. He can either sign the bill into law, veto it, or allow it… Continue Reading

Two More Weeks Left in the 2017 Legislative Session; What Bills are Most Likely to Pass?—CALL Alert for April 24, 2017

Posted in advocacy, Budgets, Reserves & Financial, Fiduciary Duty of Board of Directors, Legislation, Official Records, Operations, Video, Voting, Water Sprinklers

There are two weeks left in the 2017 Legislative Session—assuming it ends on time. Of the many different community association bills that were filed at the beginning of session, the following four (4) sets of bills are the ones that appear to be most likely to pass. Condominium Bills by Sen. Garcia and Rep. Diaz… Continue Reading

In Florida Homeowners’ Associations, What is the Election Procedure?

Posted in Operations, Video

Question: In homeowners associations, what is the election procedure? Answer: Unlike condominium associations, where the election procedures almost entirely regulated by the statute in the administrative code, in homeowners associations the election procedure is governed by your own bylaws. In some homeowners associations, limited proxies are still used in connection with the vote to elect… Continue Reading