Holiday Pines Property Owners Association v. Wetherington
Florida District Court of Appeal
596 So. 2d 84 (1992)
A subdivision called Holiday Pines had certain restrictions pertaining to the use of property. In 1983, the restrictions were amended to create the Holiday Pines Property Owners Association, Inc. (association) (defendant). Under the 1983 amendment, membership in the association was entirely voluntary. In 1987, the restrictions were amended to make membership in the association mandatory. A group of homeowners in Holiday Pines (owners) (plaintiffs) brought suit against the association, contending that the 1983 and 1987 amendments were both invalid. The trial court ruled in favor of the owners, finding that the 1983 and 1987 amendments were invalid. The association appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Per curiam)
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