One of my recent blog entries discussed House Bill 849, a welcome product of Florida’s 2011 legislative session. House Bill 849 created new Florida Statute Section 514.0315, which gives pool owners the option of installing any of five different types of equipment in order to meet the requirements of the Virginia Graeme Baker
Virginia Graeme Baker Act
Resident Owned Communities Get a Helping Hand from House Bill 849
By Scott Gordon on
Posted in Financial matters
The recently concluded session of Florida’s legislature resulted in a new section of Chapter 514 of the Florida Statutes that substantially eases the financial burdens that would otherwise be faced by ROCs required to install anti-entrapment devices in community pools and spas as required by the Virginia Graeme Baker Act.
As many ROC managers…