Gov. Rick Scott signed the bill into law June 28, effective July 1, after a push mainly from a community of 106 homeowners who were appalled that Andre "Loki Boy" Barbosa moved into a muilti-million dollar Boca Raton home overseen by their Golden Harbour Homeowners Association and refused to leave citing squatters rights, reported the Sun-Sentinel.

Barbosa, a Brazilian and self-proclaimed rapper occupied the mansion with a boat dock around Christmas, but was eventually locked out in February, AOL Real Estate reported. The home was eventually sold to new owners in May for $2,2229,900. But to prevent this sort of thing from happening again, the neighbors took action all the way up to the state capitol steps.