Florida’s 2021 HB 7, SB 72 and SB 630

The following Florida House and Senate Bills were referenced during our February 17, 2021 appearance on KW Property Management & Consulting’s webinar:

House Bill 7 (HB 7) | Civil Liability for Damages Relating to COVID-19; Provides requirements for civil action based on COVID-19-related claim; provides that plaintiff has burden of proof in such action; provides statute of limitations; provides retroactive applicability.

Senate Bill 72 (SB 72) | Civil Liability for Damages Relating to COVID-19; Providing requirements for a civil action based on a COVID-19-related claim; providing that the plaintiff has the burden of proof in such action; providing a statute of limitations; providing severability; providing retroactive applicability, etc.

Senate Bill 630 (SB 630) | Community Associations; Prohibiting insurance policies from providing specified rights of subrogation under certain circumstances; authorizing a condominium association to extinguish discriminatory restrictions; providing requirements for natural gas fuel stations on property governed by condominium associations; authorizing parties to initiate presuit mediation under certain circumstances; revising the allowable uses of certain escrow funds withdrawn by developers, etc.

Covid Vaccine, National Relief & Legislative Updates for Community Associations | February 17th

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On Wednesday, February 17th KBR joins KW Property Management & Consulting for a LIVE Webinar with US Congressman Ted Deutch, from Florida’s 22nd Congressional District. Rep. Deutch will be offering us updates on vaccinations and the new relief package coming from Washington, DC.

Attorneys Jeffrey A. Rembaum and Michael S. Bender from Kaye Bender Rembaum will speak about what community association legislation is currently being discussed in Tallahassee and what board members need to be aware of.

Pre-registration for this webinar, taking place on February 17th at 3:00 PM is required. You can register by clicking HERE.