MRTA Puts An Expiration Date On Land Restrictions...But HOAs Can Protect Their Covenants

Most people who buy houses in a homeowners' association are cognizant of the covenants and restrictions contained in their deeds. These restrictions allow associations to maintain uniformity in design and appearance among the various parcels. However, what some homeowners don't know is that if these covenants and restrictions aren't renewed within thirty years of recording, they expire and become unenforceable.

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Categories: Homeowners' Associations
Tags: Condos and HOAsMRTAGoverning DocumentsCovenants and RestrictionsJoshua D. KrutFort Lauderdale Homeowners' Association AttorneysMiami Homeowners' Association AttorneysSouth Florida Homeowners' Association AttorneysFlorida Community Association Law
Author(s): Joshua D. Krut & Brooke P. Dolara