A legislative effort to increase state scrutiny of Florida homeowners associations withered this year under opposition from influential community boards that fought the “condoization” of associations.
Bill sponsor Sen. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla, said floods of homeowner complaints about their associations spurred him to write the bill. The proposal built on a 2013 law that required the first census of Florida’s HOAs as a step in creating regulations for associations and giving the state authority to investigate complaints and enforce rules.
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