Five months after the Champlain Towers South collapse claimed 98 lives in Surfside, a bipartisan effort to reform condominium laws is beginning to take shape.

Various measures filed so far would require state regulators to create a searchable database of association records, including engineering reports, and impose stricter education requirements for board members.

Other measures would create a “Condominium Fraud Investigation Pilot Program,” and increase criminal penalties for board members who accept kickbacks.