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State Publishes Mandatory Condo Form

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As previously discussed in this column, the Legislature adopted SB4-D effective May 26, 2022. In addition to imposing new requirements for structural inspections for buildings of 3 stories or more in height, and significantly changing the reserve laws, the new law also creates new reporting requirements for condominium and cooperative associations.

The law requires that every condominium or cooperative association report specific information to the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes, no later than January 1, 2023. The information must be reported to the Division on “a form posted on the Division’s website.” The Division has now posted that form on its website.

The information that must be reported includes the number of buildings on the property that are 3 stories or more in height, the number of units in such buildings, the addresses of all such buildings, and the counties of which such buildings are located. The Division’s form can be located at http://www.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/condos-timeshares-mobile-homes/building-report/.

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