The Florida law mandating condominium association websites went into effect at the start of 2019. By now, all condominium associations with 150 units or more (excluding timeshares) should have launched a website that complies with the new law. Those that have not already created their website should do so immediately in order to avoid any potential repercussions.
Under the new law, password-protected condominium websites for the exclusive access by association members must include the recorded declaration of condominium and bylaws along with any amendments to each, the articles of incorporation filed with the state, and the association’s rules and regulations. The website must also include a list of all executory contracts and transactions to which the association is a party or under which the association or unit owners have an obligation.
After bidding for related materials, equipment or services, the website must include a list of bids received by the association within the past year. Summaries of bids in excess of $500 received from vendors during the past year for materials, equipment or services must be maintained on the website for one year. In lieu of summaries, however, the association may post complete copies of those bids.