The Florida legislature has given a great deal of power to condo and homeowner associations with respect to residential properties in foreclosure.
Associations now have the right to demand that their association dues be paid directly by a tenant when the landlord has defaulted on its obligation to pay its monthly association dues.
Our Tampa eviction attorneys, Tampa real estate attorneys, Tampa lease lawyers, Tampa business attorneys and Tampa contract lawyers understand that condominium associations and homeowner's associations now have the right, under Section 720.3085 and 718.116 of the Florida Statutes, to make demand on tenants for the payment of rent directly to the association when the property owner is behind on making their monthly or yearly association dues to the association.
Oftentimes, tenants are confused upon receiving this type of notice. Nevertheless, provided the association follows the appropriate procedures, the association has the right to have the rental payment be made directly to the association to cover unpaid association dues.
More importantly, if the tenant fails to abide by the terms of the notice and the association's declaration of covenants and restrictions or declaration of condominium grants eviction rights to the association , the association then has the right to evict the tenant on behalf of the owner.
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