Does the sunshine law apply to the board of directors of a private condominium in Florida?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    No, but there should be another law that applies to be able to see the records.

    Sunshine law:

    http://myfloridalegal.com/pages.nsf/main/b2f05db98...

    It was in 1967 that Florida's Government-in-the-Sunshine Law was enacted. Today, the Sunshine Law can be found in Chapter 286 of the Florida Statutes. The Sunshine Law establishes a basic right of access to most meetings of boards, commissions and other governing bodies of state and local governmental agencies or authorities.

    The Sunshine Law is about open government - similar to California's Public Record Act law.

    Since it's a private condo, it doesn't apply.

    Condo Ombudsman in Florida:

    http://www.myflorida.com/condos/

    Florida Statutes re: condos:

    http://www.ccfj.net/condo718statutes.html

    To request records of your condo association:

    http://www.myflorida.com/dbpr/lsc/documents/OFFREC...

    It cites the proper statute of what records can be viewed by condo owners (Section 718.111(12)). I would put it here, but it is very long!

    http://www.ccfj.net/condo718statutes.html#718.111

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  • 1 decade ago

    No. Chapter 119 (the Sunshine Law) only applies to governmental entities. Condo's are not governments. Section 718.110 (12), Florida Statutes, (2007) governs condo records.

    I'm a Florida attorney.

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  • 3 years ago

    No...... I cruise for chick on the nursing abode. maximum of those gal's had there junk got rid of interior the 80's. And in case you do knock one up, they're allot like hookers. you could merely killem and bury them interior the wasteland. What? they're previous, no one cares. Hell if somebody cared they'd not be in a nursing abode. 0_o

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Not a PUBLIC AGENCY.

    Exactly how much of private confuses you?

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