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HOA restrictions do have an expiration date

by The 100 Companies

Recently, we have had a few inquiries about homeowners’ association (HOA) covenants and restrictions. In one case, the HOA was over 30 years old, and the director was unaware of the requirements under the Florida Marketable Record Titles Act (MRTA) to reaffirm and renew their covenant and restrictions.   

If you serve as a director or a board member on an HOA that is approaching 30 years old, then you should consult with the association’s attorney to ensure the HOA’s Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions has been reaffirmed and renewed.

Learn more about this important topic and more on CollierClerk.com.

– Crystal K. Kinzel, Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller

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