Does Florida law concede HOAs to exude tenants, bar owners from a home? – Sun

Imagine your Florida homeowners organisation kicking out tenants in your home since we are late on assessments, and afterwards changing a thatch and exclusive we from your possess property? And afterwards carrying a justice side with a association.

That appears to be a box of a homeowner as reported by a Tampa Bay Tribune. In short, a homeowner allegedly fell behind in upkeep payments and a HOA responded by eventually filing a lien, evicting her tenants, changing a thatch and relocating in new tenants. See a Tampa Bay Tribune story online.

South Florida profession — and Sun Sentinel Condos HOAs blogger — Jean Winters is aghast. I’m no attorney, though we join her.

As Winters points out in her Sun Sentinel post, a HOA does not reason pretension to a skill and didn’t even record for foreclosure. But it did get a justice sequence to exude a owner’s tenants, and a judge, released a HOA a command of possession. The HOA took it from there with a close changing and a reside switching, etc.

The justice movement apparently stems from a new law that allows associations to radically collect money from tenants of derelict owners. But not certain lawmakers meant it to go this far.

What do we say? Leave a message, send email to dvasquez@sunsentinel.com.

Worth noting:

The Sun Sentinel is hosting a forum about Florida Condo and HOA laws during 7 p.m. May 23, and I’m moderating.  The giveaway eventuality will hold during Nova Southeastern University’s Huizenga Business School.

For sum and a giveaway tickets, visit: http://condoforum.eventbrite.com/.

The Sun Sentinel is hosting a forum about Florida Condo and HOA laws during 7 p.m. May 23, and I’m moderating.  The giveaway eventuality will hold during Nova Southeastern University’s Huizenga Business School.

For sum and a giveaway tickets, visit: http://condoforum.eventbrite.com/.