Does the First Amendment Apply to Condominiums? (FL)

A common question asked by our clients is what can be done to stop unit owners from publishing false, negative, or harassing posts about the condominium association, its directors, members, or agents on internet mediums like Facebook or Nextdoor. The reality is that unless such posts constitute threats, defamation, or are criminal in nature, a condominium association has little recourse. Even if the posts due give rise to a cause of action, a court is unlikely to prohibit posts due to first amendment concerns.     Read the article…………..


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