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The powers and responsibilities of the board of administration are described in Chapters 718, and 720. 719, Florida Statutes (FS), and, except as expressly limited or restricted by Chapters 718 and 719, FS, those described in the declaration, articles of incorporation, bylaws and Chapters 607 and 617, as applicable. The board of administration administers the affairs of the association, sets policy, assures proper property maintenance, and may appoint committees to manage various affairs of the condominium or cooperative property. Directors have a fiduciary relationship with the unit owners, and must use the highest degree of good faith in placing the interests of the unit owners above their own personal interests.
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Limited Common Elements
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