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Jul 27, 2017

In this week's episode, we interview Bryan Levine.  Bryan is a partner at Knox Levine, a firm that focuses on representing condominium and homeowner associations.

Recently, Florida passed a law known as the "Estoppel Law," Senate Bill 398.  This new law governs certain aspects of what an association can or cannot do when issuing an estoppel letters - those letters that associations issue to let the homeowners know what they owe, what assessments are due, and other financial aspects of the property.

Some things included in the law:

1. The time-frame within which the Estoppel Letter must be issued;

2. A cap on the amount the association can charge for the letter;

3. Describes what information must be included in the Estoppel Letter;

4. The Estoppel Letters must be valid for 30 - 35 days.

If you are on the Board of the association, or an association management company, reach out to contact Bryan Levine at 727-223-6368, www.knoxlevine.com, or Bryan@knoxlevine.com.

If you get a letter from an association and have questions, please send me an email at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.

 

1 Comments
  • six and a half years ago
    Gerald Pappa
    Great presentation...new information that everyone needs to know and understand. Thanks,
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