In order to be a recognized homeowners’ 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 Blackburn Point Marina Village Condominium Association Inc. (Blackburn Point) can be found on this page.
Articles of Incorporation
In accordance with state regulations, Blackburn Point is registered as a not-for-profit corporation in Florida.
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 Blackburn Point are below. Click on each link to see/print the documents.
- Blackburn Point Declaration of Condominium
- Blackburn Point 1st Amendment to the Declaration
- Blackburn Point 2nd Amendment to the Declaration
- Blackburn Point 3rd Amendment to the Declaration
- Blackburn Point Bylaws
- Blackburn Point Rules & Regulations
- Blackburn Point Tenant Rules & Regulations
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