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Cost pressures are starting to be felt among community associations across Florida as rising insurance premiums and zoning code compliance costs hit their budgets, according to local attorneys.

Following the Champlain Towers collapse, Florida passed laws to avoid similar tragedies by tightening restrictions on building codes and forcing more thorough inspections. But those inspections are only supercharging the already rising cost of insurance premiums for some community associations, fueling more work for lawyers in the space.

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