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SB 652 - Right to Display Religious Items

The Davis-Stirling Common Internet Development Act prohibits the governing documents of a common interest development from prohibiting the posting or display of noncommercial signs, posters, flags, or banners on or in an owner’s separate interest, except as specified.

This bill would prohibit the governing documents of a common interest development from prohibiting the display of religious items, as defined, on the entry door of a common interest development member’s separate interest.

§4710 - Display of Noncommercial Signs

  1. The governing documents may not prohibit posting or displaying of noncommercial signs, posters, flags, or banners on or in a member's separate interest, except as required for the protection of public health or safety or if the posting or display would violate a local, state, or federal law.

§4705 - Display of United States Flags

  1. Except as required for the protection of the public health or safety, no governing document shall limit or prohibit, or be construed to limit or prohibit, the display of the flag of the United States by a member on or in the member's separate interest or within the member's exclusive use common area.
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