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  • Liz Cuevas Medina

  • Please call Florida Senators and House Representatives and ask them to please pass the fallowing Bill for this Legislative Session.

  • Ex: Good morning, Rep. _______________ I am calling in support of Bill ______,

  • As you very well know, Florida is suffering from an epidemic with HOA’s. Your support will save millions of Floridians from abuses from HOA gone rough.

  • Thank You,

  • Your name and phone number.

  • Florida Senate website: Senate Bill 7044 (2024) – The Florida Senate (flsenate.gov)

  • Florida House Representatives Florida House of Representatives – MyFloridaHouse.gov

  • The list of bills to watch are as follows:

  • HOA bills

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  • 1. HB 1243- Sponsor Juan Carlos Porras, (850) 717-5119

  • Call office of Chair Tommy Gregory, (850) 717-5072

  • Vice-Chair Roger Overdorf (850) 717-5085

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  • SB 7044- Sponsor Sen. Jennifer Bradley (850) 487-5006

  • Chair, Senator Debbie Mayfield, (850) 487-5019

  • Vice-Chair Sen. Keith Perry (850) 487-5009

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  • 3. SB 7046-Sponsor Sen. Bradley (850) 487-5006

  • Sen. Chair Debbie Mayfield (850) 487-5019

  • Sen. Vice-Chair Ke

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  • 4. HB 595- Sponsor Rep. Juan Carlos Porras, 850) 717-5119

  • Chair Tyler Sirois, 850) 717-5031

  • Vice Chair Brad Yeager (850) 717-5056

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  • 5. HB 1021 by Miami Republican Rep. Vicki Lopez and its Senate analog (SB 1178) by Fleming Island Republican Sen. Jennifer Bradley the “Condo 3.0” bill.

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  • Committee Rules

  • Sen. Debbie Mayfield (850) 487-5019

  • Sen. Keith Perry (850)487-5350

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  • SB 942- Sponsor Sen. Rodríguez (850) 487-5040

  • Sen. Chair Gruters (850) 487-5022

  • Sen. Vice-Chair Ed Hooper (850) 487-5021

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  • Current Bills

  • Laws Passed

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Florida Courts Government Site

WHERE DO HOMEOWNERS FILE COMPLAINTS AGAINST THEIR HOA IN FLORIDA? (How effective most of these entities are is unknown but wanted to paste it here.)

The venue for filing a Complaint against an HOA in Florida depends on the complaint.

For complaints concerning HOA fees, a homeowner can file a complaint with the Florida Office of Financial Regulation, the Federal Trade Commission, or the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, homeowners may also file in state or federal court within one year of the violation date.

If a homeowner feels they are a victim of housing discrimination, they can file a complaint with the Florida Commission on Human Relations, the U.S. Department of Urban Housing, or file a private lawsuit in Florida state or federal court.

Otherwise, a homeowner with any other complaints can bring a claim in state court in the appropriate county.

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