Florida condominiums preparing for initial structural integrity reserve study
Florida condominium associations are now required to complete a structural integrity reserve study for buildings that are three or more stories high.
5 things condominiums need to know about Florida’s new “milestone inspection” requirement
Florida enacted a new “milestone inspection” requirement for condominium associations to ensure aging buildings remain safe for continued use. The hope is that a statewide mandatory structural inspection requirement will prevent a repeat of last year’s tragic collapse in Surfside, Florida. Here are five things every condominium association board member needs to know about Florida’s new milestone inspection requirement.
New reporting requirement for Florida condominium associations
Did you know that a new reporting requirement for Florida condominium associations recently became law? It was enacted during a special legislative session in response to last year’s Champlain Towers collapse in Surfside, Florida
Florida’s New Reporting Requirement Forces Businesses to Track Payments to Individual Contractors
Did you know that Florida businesses must report individual independent contractors who are paid $600 or more in a calendar year?
Can Florida Condominiums Prevent Unit Owners from Installing Natural Gas Fuel Stations?
A new Florida law gives unit owners the right to install natural gas fuel stations, but this right is not absolute. Various conditions and requirements must be observed when installing a natural gas fuel station.