Hannah Rullo Featured in First Coast News: “New Florida Law Taking Effect July 1 Cracks Down on HOA Authority”

First Coast News

Recently, Community Association Law Attorney Hannah Rullo shared her insights on the new Florida law affecting homeowner associations (HOA) with First Coast News. More specifically, this new law, which took effect on July 1, sets a list of guidelines to reign in HOA control over neighborhoods; such as letting homeowners park their vehicles wherever they want so long as they follow state and local codes, among other things. Another law, which took effect in May, requires HOAs to allow homeowners to make their homes more storm-resistant, with shudders, impact-resistant windows, and more.  is cracking down on what HOAs can tell homeowners to do and not to do.

With this, Hannah Rullo comments that she has gone to work in ensuring the HOAs she and Ansbacher Law represent are up to speed, stating, “Hopefully there won’t be too many changes for our clients, but I’m sure there will definitely be more defenses available to some members and we may be in court a little more often as everyone gets used to the new laws.”

To watch the news segment, simply click here.