The ninth edition continues a tradition that began in 1992 and brings up to date the most complete guide on the laws governing community living. The text and citations of authority are current through the most recent legislative changes and decisions from Florida appellate courts. With more than 600 footnotes of authority, two dozen sample forms and documents, and a complete subject matter index, this is the most comprehensive manual for operations in Florida homeowners associations.
This book offers readers a practical analysis of requirements of Chapter 720 of the Florida Statutes and the other laws that govern community living in Florida. The commentary in the manual is efficiently organized into 115 sections in 10 chapters and is presented in clear, concise language. The comprehensive index allows for convenient access to all of the material in the text, and the footnoted authority provides readers an opportunity for additional, in-depth analysis.
|The Law of Florida Homeowners Associations, Ninth Edition||Paperback||$16.95|