How long will a lien last on a condominium in Florida?

In order for the lien to remain valid, a Condo Owners Association must initiate an action to enforce the lien within one year from the date that the lien was recorded (Fla. Stat. Ann. § 718.116(5)(b)). This is called the statute of limitations.
Generally, liens for non-payment of assessments remain on the title to the property indefinitely and can be reflected in the owner's credit report.

A lien placed on the title by a contractor may have different parameters that one placed on the title by the condominium association.

Your best answer will be given to you by an association-savvy attorney after you present a copy of the lien for an explanation.