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West Palm Beach Employment, Labor & Business Lawyers > VIDEO FAQS > CONDO LAW > Does a condominium unit owner have the right to record a Board meeting in Florida?

Does a condominium unit owner have the right to record a Board meeting in Florida?

Absolutely, you can record either audio or audio and visual, any board meeting, any open board meeting, any members meeting, and any statutory committee meetings, such as for example an architectural review committee meeting. The only limitation on our right to record these meetings, is when the association directors meet in private with their attorneys, they have to notice and inform the community they’re gonna have a closed meeting. In other instances, you cannot attend, and obviously cannot record.

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