In order to be a recognized condominium 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 Woodside Terrace Condominium Association, Inc. (Woodside) can be found on this page.
Florida Statute 718
In Florida, condominium association laws are derived from Statute 718. Commonly referred to as simply COA laws, these encompass everything from condominium association dues to board meetings and regulations.
The governing documents for Woodside were amended, restated and recorded with Sarasota County in April of 2018. Click on the link to see/print the document.
NOTE: The file containing the combined & recorded documents is large, so please be patient while it opens!
Other documents impacting Woodside are below. Click on the link to see/print the document.
Per the Second amended and Restated Declaration fo Condominium for Woodside Terrace a Condominium: Article 15.4.1: Once six (6) Units of the total fifty-six (56) Units in the Condominium are rented for periods of 12 months or longer, there shall be no additional rentals permitted in the Condominium.
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