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Changes to recovery fund for CILB

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Governor Rick Scott recently signed House Bill 535, which includes important updates to sections 489.1401-143, F.S., permitting payments to injured residential consumers from the Florida Homeowners Recovery Fund for both Division I and Division II scopes of work.

Effective July 1, 2016, all licensed contractors, both Division I and Division II, must ensure that the Florida Homeowner Construction Recovery Fund Notice is contained in their residential contracts.

FSPA members should add this information into their contracts if its for over $2,500, effective July 1.

Click here to view important changes to the recovery fund by the CILB. These changes to into effect July 1, 2016.

 

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