Technology has been the focus of many recent changes to Florida laws, including those that now allow community associations to implement electronic voting and require condominium associations with 150 units or more to have a website containing digital copies of certain official records. These changes have led many of the more than 49,000 community associations in the state to consider how they are using technology to help facilitate their operations and comply with the state laws.

The condominium association website laws mandate that compliant websites should have been operational as of Jan. 1 of this year. The laws call for association websites that are accessible only to unit owners and employees where certain notices, records and documents are posted. These must include the declaration of condominium, bylaws, articles of incorporation, rules and regulations of the association, as well as all executory contracts or documents to which the association is a party, or under which the association or unit owners have an obligation or responsibility.

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