It was one year ago (June 24) when a residential building in Surfside, Florida, collapsed, claiming the lives of 98 people.
The building was in the process of a 40-year safety recertification when the tragedy occurred.
Many believe the collapse could have been prevented with better oversight and more stringent building codes.
So what has changed in Florida's condo laws since the Surfside catastrophe?
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