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Special Assessment Due Dates Not Set by Statute

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Q: I understand that the board of directors of my condominium association has the authority to levy special assessments. However, is there any requirement on when special assessments must be due? Does the association have to allow at least 30 days or more before the special assessment can be due? (M.B., via e-mail)

A: The Florida Condominium Act requires that any board meeting where a special assessment is to be considered must be noticed in advance with at least 14 days mailed and posted notice to the membership. The notice must state the estimated cost of the special assessment and provide a description of the purpose for the special assessment. The law also states that once a special assessment has been adopted, the association must mail out a notice to the members which states the purpose of the special assessment.

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