FLORIDA – “REASONABLE”? FOR MANY OBVIOUSLY A FOREIGN WORD!

 

CCFJ.NET:  “REASONABLE”?  FOR MANY OBVIOUSLY A FOREIGN WORD!

 

An Opinion By Jan Bergemann
President, Cyber Citizens For Justice, Inc.

Published June 25, 2016

 

It seems that our legislators in Tallahassee love to use the word “reasonable” in the statutes. There would be nothing wrong with it — if the people interpreting these statutes would really understand the meaning of this obviously “complicated” word.

This is, according to Merriam-Webster the simple definition of the word REASONABLE:

  1. fair and sensible
  2. fairly or moderately good

So — what’s so difficult to understand?

In my opinion many of the “reasonable” rules created by certain attorneys, community association managers and board members are anything but reasonable.

A “reasonable” rule should serve a purpose that is fair to everybody having to deal with such rules, not just one party making rules to suppress the freedom of the other party.  Read more:

 

http://www.ccfj.net//CCFJCTReasRules.htm

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