Right to assemble or canvass in facility
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No provision contained in any bylaw, rental agreement, regulation or rule pertaining to a facility shall:
(1) Infringe upon the right of persons who rent spaces in a facility to peaceably assemble in an open public meeting for any lawful purpose, at reasonable times and in a reasonable manner, in the common areas or recreational areas of the facility. Reasonable times shall include daily the hours between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m.
(2) Infringe upon the right of persons who rent spaces in a facility to communicate or assemble among themselves, at reasonable times and in a reasonable manner, for the purpose of discussing any matter, including but not limited to any matter relating to the facility or manufactured dwelling or floating home living. The discussions may be held in the common areas or recreational areas of the facility, including halls or centers, or any residents dwelling unit or floating home. The landlord of a facility, however, may enforce reasonable rules and regulations including but not limited to place, scheduling, occupancy densities and utilities.
(3) Prohibit any person who rents a space for a manufactured dwelling or floating home from canvassing other persons in the same facility for purposes described in this section. As used in this subsection, canvassing includes door-to-door contact, an oral or written request, the distribution, the circulation, the posting or the publication of a notice or newsletter or a general announcement or any other matter relevant to the membership of a tenants association.
(4) This section is not intended to require a landlord to permit any person to solicit money, except that a tenants association member, whether or not a tenant of the facility, may personally collect delinquent dues owed by an existing member of a tenants association.
(5) This section is not intended to require a landlord to permit any person to disregard a tenants request not to be canvassed. [Formerly 91.920; 1991 c.844 §17; 1997 c.303 §2]
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