William Sklar

Florida high-rise condominiums should undergo a structural inspection within the next three years, according to a Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section task force that studied the deadly Champlain Towers South collapse.

The Condominium Law and Policy on Life Safety Issues Advisory Task Force’s October 12 report contains a host of recommendations, including requiring condominiums three stories or taller to undergo an inspection by December 31, 2024, with re-inspections every five years.