“Sunshine Laws” Do Not Apply to Community Associations (Open Meetings are Still Required) (FL)

/ Owner - April 16, 2018

Frequently, there are complaints by association members regarding violations of Florida’s Sunshine Laws, Chapter 286, Florida Statutes, which mandates public access to records and meetings. Sunshine Laws only apply to state or local governmental organizations. Although there are similar open meeting requirements for community associations, they are private organizations that are governed by entirely separate laws. Both homeowners’ associations and condominium associations are required to provide members with notice and access to meetings in which association business is discussed.      Read the article……………….

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