HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION TASK FORCE
SPEAKERS REQUEST FORM

Homeowners Association Task Force
December 8, 2003 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Hillsborough County Center
2nd Floor
601 East Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, Florida 33602
 

Speakers Name_______________________________

Speakers Address:_____________________________
_____________________________________________

email address_________________________________

Phone: (     )__________________________________

All persons who wish to address the panel must notify the Task Force in advance. Comments are limited to the topics on the agenda. Speakers request forms must be returned to the meeting coordinator, Marlita Peters, at least three business days prior to the meeting. Please indicate the topic(s) you are addressing by placing a check mark in
the appropriate box. Speakers will receive a total of 3 minutes.

NOTE: Please be advised, if you choose to attend by teleconference, there will be an additional charge of 6.9? per minute added to your long distance carrier charges. The Meet-me number to call is (850) 922-2903 or SC 292-2903.

You may contact Marlita Peters by phone at (850) 414-9223 or
SC 214-9223. FAX (850) 921-5450.
 
  Topic #1 - Purchaser Protections.

     (a) Whether creating specific remedies for purchasers who have relied
           upon  developer’s false and misleading information to induce the
           purchase of a residence would benefit purchasers and the industry.

      (b) Whether additional warranty protections should be provided for
            homeowners’ associations for all association common area
            improvements.

  Topic #2 - Funding mechanisms for the delivery of services to
      non-mandatory HOA’s, such as Municipal Service Benefit Units (MSBU).
  Topic #3 – ADR - Whether organized arbitration and mediation mechanisms
      should be established to hear a limited range of disputes, such as
      covenant enforcement, recalls, meeting, voting, amendments to
      documents, and other optional forums to settle disputes, while reserving a
      homeowner's right to legal recourse, in chapter 720, and all other 
      mechanisms, in form and function, based upon the task force's review of a
      comparative comprehensive analysis and proposals of alternative means
      of alternative dispute resolution systems, presented by department staff
      and Member Robert Jones.