Legislative Alert - New Laws Impacting HOAs & Community Associations

(post collapsing of Champlain Towers)

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The 2022 Florida legislative session addressed several bills impacting community associations relating to condominium safety and reform in response to the collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, FL, rising insurance costs, and vacation rentals. The Florida Legislature reconvened for a 5-day special session on May 24, 2022, resulting in comprehensive condominium safety and property insurance reforms, which will likely impact your community associations.

As part of our commitment to the communities we serve, we try to provide the most up-to-date information on changes in legislation as they occur. Download the Legislative Alert and Special Session Legislative Alert for a comprehensive overview of the new laws passed in 2022 and how they might affect your community association.

*NEW Required Building Reporting Deadline January 1, 2023, for CONDOMINIUMS & COOPERATIVES. Is your building ready for this? (see below for more information). 

This is one way we make a difference, every day, in the communities we manage. Our Board Members don't have to worry, we have everything under control and are in compliance with any and all new laws.