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Ask the Governor to veto HB 1013(SB 1196)

The Governor’s office has received numerous calls and emails in opposition to HB 1013, the anti-implied warranty legislation.  We are asking that you continue to urge Governor Scott to veto HB 1013.  It is the only way to prevent this bill from becoming law.  The bill has not yet been sent to the Governor for consideration, but we expect it to be sent very soon.  Therefore, please contact Governor Scott as soon as possible so that your voice can be heard.

You can e-mail Governor Scott at Rick.Scott@eog.myflorida.com and copy his Legislative Affairs Director, Jon Costello, at Jon.Costello@eog.myflorida.com.  You can copy and paste the following suggested text in your message to the Governor: 

Please veto HB 1013, which eliminates common law implied warranties in common areas of all communities in the state.  This legislation will result in greater costs for Florida’s homeowners, in the form of repairing shoddy construction, and ultimately lead to more foreclosures.  This legislation also leaves Florida home buyers with no protections for shared amenities and thereby places the risk on those least capable of protecting themselves.  Thank you for keeping Florida’s communities in mind when considering this very bad bill.  

You can also e-mail Governor Scott by logging onto the CALL website and using the “Legislator Connect” feature on the left side of your screen.

You can also call Gov. Scott at 850-717-9238 or write to him at:

Office of Governor Rick Scott

State of Florida

The Capitol

400 S. Monroe Street  

Tallahassee, FL  32399-0001

Sanjay Kurian

Sanjay Kurian

skurian@bplegal.com

Sanjay Kurian is a Board Certified Construction Lawyer and is a member of the Firm’s Construction Law and Litigation group. He is AV Rated Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell. He has also been selected again as a Super Lawyer in 2017, which is a recognition by his peers of the top 5% of lawyers in Florida.

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