For homeowners and condominium associations, enforcing their rules can be extremely challenging. Many communities are forced to contend with unit owners who are unruly and disruptive, and associations must be able to effectively bring their rights to bear in order to maintain uniform compliance.

However, Florida’s laws governing the administration of community associations are very specific as to the requirements for all manner of notices and communications to unit owners. Given the highly specific nature of the statutory notice requirements, Florida’s courts are going to demand very strict adherence in order for associations to impose fines and liens against owners and their property.

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