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2017 Florida Statutes
723.075 Homeowners’ associations.—
(1) In order to exercise the rights of a homeowners’ association as provided in this chapter, the mobile home owners shall form an association in compliance with this section and ss. 723.077, 723.078, and 723.079, which shall be a corporation for profit or not for profit and of which not less than two-thirds of all of the mobile home owners within the park shall have consented, in writing, to become members or shareholders. Upon incorporation of the association, all consenting mobile home owners in the park may become members or shareholders. The term “member” or “shareholder” means a mobile home owner who consents to be bound by the articles of incorporation, bylaws, and policies of the incorporated homeowners’ association. The association may not have a member or shareholder who is not a bona fide owner of a mobile home located in the park. Upon incorporation and service of the notice described in s. 723.076, the association shall become the representative of all the mobile home owners in all matters relating to this chapter, regardless of whether the homeowner is a member of the association.
(2) It is the intent of the Legislature that any homeowners’ association properly created pursuant to chapter 715 prior to the effective date of this act be deemed an association created pursuant to the provisions of this section and have all rights and powers granted under this section and ss. 723.077 and 723.079. Any inconsistency in the provisions of the charter of such previously created homeowners’ association shall be deemed amended to conform herewith.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a portion of the park contains concrete block homes occupying lots under 99-year leases, those homeowners may be part of the association and may serve on the board of directors of the association based on the percentage of lots containing concrete block homes to the total number of mobile home lots in the park.
History.—s. 1, ch. 84-80; s. 2, ch. 2008-45; s. 4, ch. 2016-169.