2010 Florida Statutes
Right of owners to peaceably assemble.
Right of owners to peaceably assemble.—
All common areas and recreational facilities serving any cooperative shall be available to unit owners in the cooperative or cooperatives served thereby and their invited guests for the use intended for such common areas and recreational facilities. The entity or entities responsible for the operation of the common areas and recreational facilities may adopt reasonable rules and regulations pertaining to the use of such common areas and recreational facilities. No entity or entities shall unreasonably restrict any unit owner’s right to peaceably assemble or right to invite public officers or candidates for public office to appear and speak in common areas and recreational facilities.
Any owner prevented from exercising rights guaranteed by subsection (1) may bring an action in the appropriate court of the county in which the alleged infringement occurred, and, upon favorable adjudication, the court shall enjoin the enforcement of any provision contained in any cooperative document or rule which operates to deprive the owner of such rights.
s. 2, ch. 77-222; s. 265, ch. 79-400; s. 10, ch. 81-185; s. 18, ch. 86-175.