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Please be advised that the Florida legislature has passed Senate Bill 56 which made significant changes to Condominium and Homeowners Association Law which changed the collection process of maintenance fees. These changes took effect on July 1, 2021.

For starters, unit owners are now required to receive a “written notice” from the Association or its Management company BEFORE their account is turned over to the attorney office (legal).  The Association must execute and maintain a sworn affidavit attesting to the mailing of this written notice.  The written first class mail notice will give the owner 30 days to pay in full all passed dues plus late fees/interest (If applicable). If not paid on time it goes straight to legal. At which time all legal fees and costs become owner’s responsibility.

The idea behind these changes is to allow owners more time (a minimum of 120 days) before a foreclosure action is commenced. Therefore, owners should now receive at least three (3) separate notices (1.  30-day management letter, 2. Attorney demand letter (45 days), and 3. Attorney lien letter (45days)) before a foreclosure is instituted.



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