A bill that would make several amendments to Florida’s condominium law has been unanimously approved in both the House and Senate. The bill would allow restrict owner associations from appeasing complaining condo owners with payments, it would make it harder for those convicted of a felony to serve on boards, and it would allow owners to place religious symbols on their doorpost. The bill is expected to be signed off on by Governor Charlie Crist later this week.
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