Term Limits Contained in Condominium Bylaws are Likely Enforceable

Question: I have been serving on my condominium association board for four years. We have one year terms. An owner is now challenging my right to be on the board. Our bylaws state that no owner may serve more than three consecutive one year terms on the board without taking a year off. I recall attending a legal conference years ago and the lawyer presenting informed us that terms limits are not enforceable in Florida. Are term limits enforceable in Florida?    Read the Q&A………….


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