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St. Johns County Issues Communication to Three-Story and Higher Condominiums and Cooperatives Regarding Upcoming Deadlines, Registration and Notification Process

The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners recently provided correspondence to registered agents and designated representatives of three story and higher condominium and cooperative associations within the County.  This correspondence serves to provide an overview of pending deadlines for completion of the Milestone Inspection, and further provides that it is reviewing whether to prescribe further timelines and penalties with respect to compliance with the legislation.  A copy of that correspondence can be found here (“Updated Courtesy Condo Letter” PDF).

The County also provided information on how to register an account for affected associations, which would allow for notice to be provided by the County, data collection on affected associations, and allow for uploading of reports. A copy of that communication (with instructions) is found here (“Condo Association User Guide” PDF).

As noted in the communication, three story and higher condominium and cooperative associations are strongly encouraged to contact legal counsel to discuss the impact of existing legislation on their community in order to ensure compliance with applicable deadlines and reporting requirements.  McCabe | Ronsman is experienced in representing affected associations and is able to provide assistance with these and other related issues – please contact our office at (904) 396-0090 to set up a consultation if you are seeking new engagement with our Firm.  If you are an existing client, please contact your primary association attorney or partners Mike McCabe (mccabe@flcalegal.com) or Ed Ronsman (eronsman@flcalegal.com) with any questions.

We will publish any similar information that is made available by other local governments on these issues.