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Can Remote Meetings Be Held Now That the State of Emergency Has Expired?

The “state of emergency” that had been imposed by Governor DeSantis in light of the COVID-19 pandemic expired on June 26, 2021.  As a result, the “emergency powers” given to condominium, cooperatives, and homeowners’ associations in Sections 718.1265, 719.128, and 720.316, Florida Statutes, respectively, are no longer in effect.  The emergency powers that were in …

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Community Association Legislative Guide, 2018

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 …

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Community Association Legislative Guide, 2017

CALL’s Florida Community Association Legislative Guide 2017 (“Guide”) is now available online.

The 2017 Legislative Session ended with several bills passing that will have a significant effect on community associations: HB 1237, Relating to Condominiums; SB 398, Relating to Estoppel Certificates, and HB 6027, Relating to Financial Reporting. In …

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ELSS Bill Vetoed, Condominium Bill Approved, & Final Report on Community Association Bills for 2017 Session

Governor Rick Scott has now taken action on all of the community association bills that passed during the 2017 legislative session.

HB 653, Relating to Community Associations, was Vetoed.  Among other things, the bill would have allowed high rise buildings to opt out of an engineered life safety system (ELSS) with a vote …

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