The following is not intended to be legal advice or counsel; but rather, a reference to material that prospective sellers need to research and be aware of:
Florida Statute 718.503(2) in part states that:
(a) Each unit owner...shall comply with the provisions of this subsection prior to the sale of his or her unit. Each prospective purchaser who has entered into a contract for the purchase of a condominium is entitled, at the seller's expense, to a current copy of the declaration of condominium, articles of incorporation of the association, bylaws and rules of the association, financial information required by s. 718.111, and the document entitled "Frequently Asked Questions and Answers" required by s. 718.504. On and after January 1, 2009, the prospective purchaser shall also be entitled to receive from the seller a copy of a governance form. Such form shall be provided by the division....
(b) If a person licensed under part I of chapter 475 provides to or otherwise obtains for a prospective purchaser the documents described in this subsection, the person is not liable for any error or inaccuracy contained in the documents.
(c) Each contract . . . for the resale of a residential unit shall contain in conspicuous type either:
1. A clause which states: ; or
2. A clause which states:
A contract that does not conform of the requirement of this paragraph is voidable at the option of the purchaser prior to closing.