In order to be a recognized homeowners association, the association must be a Florida corporation. To be official, the governing documents must be recorded with the Clerk of the County Court. The documents for The Loop Homeowners’ Association, Inc. (The Loop) can be found on this page.
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Florida Statute 720
In Florida, property owner association laws are derived from Statute 720. Commonly referred to as simply HOA laws, these encompass everything from homeowner association dues to board meetings and regulations.
The governing documents for The Loop are below. Click on each link to see/print the documents.
- Articles of Incorporation
- By Laws
- Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions
- Renters Rules & Regulations
Architecture Review Board
One of the most effective methods of assuring the protection of the master land concept, community lifestyle environment and individual property values is through the establishment of high Architectural standards. In order to accomplish this objective, the Architectural Review Board (ARB) reviews Appplications and Architectural Documents for all new construction and alterations, modifications, or changes to existing properties, including landscaping. Each application is evaluated on its own merits with reasonable flexibility for design function and creativity.
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