The directors of Florida community association are obligated to discharge their responsibilities to the community in good faith. Board decisions are generally protected by the “business judgment rule” and the theory behind the business judgment rule is that Courts should not substitute their judgment for the judgment of the elected or appointed board members. Simply stated, Courts must give deference to a community association’s decision if that decision is within the scope of the association’s authority and it is reasonable – that is, not arbitrary, capricious, or in bad faith.
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