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Under both the FL Condominium
Act and the Homeowners
Association Act, the Association has the legal authority to enforce the governing documents (including rules and regulations). Condo Act Section 718.303, Florida Statutes specifically requires tenants (and other occupants) to comply with those rules as well as the Condominium Act (Section 720.305, Florida Statutes says the same for HOAs
). It is under this statute the Association can impose fines against unruly tenants and seek their eviction
from the property by filing a lawsuit asking the Court for relief from unruly tenants. The Association can even ask the Court for an Order requiring the tenants to vacate the premises. See: Briarwinds Condominium Association
v. Rigsby and Wood, No. 3D10-329 (Fla. 3rd DCA, 2010).
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