Expressing Opposing Views in a Condominium: Does Your Condominium Have the Right to Silence Free Speech?

Another election year is upon us, and with that comes the realization that neighbors in your condominium may not hold your political and ideological views. With this realization also comes the belief that, regardless of your own political views, those neighbors with views contrary to your own appear to be the most vocal. Most co-owners believe that the right to express one’s views in a peaceful manner is protected by our federal and state constitutions because every resident of a condominium in Michigan is protected by the U.S. Constitution and the Michigan Constitution.   Read the article……….


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