Be Reasonable, It’s Good Business Judgment (FL)
A recent decision by Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals (“4th DCA”) highlights the deference courts in Florida give community association boards of directors when they make informed, reasonable decisions with respect to enforcing restrictions in their governing documents. In Miller v. Homeland Prop. Owners Ass’n, Inc., 284 So. 3d 534 (Fla. 4th DCA 2019), the 4th DCA determined the Homeland Property Owners Association, Inc.’s (“Association”) Board of Directors reasonably exercised its business judgment when it approved a garage based on the information presented to it even though the owner building the garage did not strictly adhere to the architectural review requirements imposed by the Association’s governing documents. Read the article………………………….
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