New Jersey’s Supreme Court, easing up on its propensity for imposing constitutional obligations on property owners, has ruled that private residential communities may regulate expressive activity within their borders.
The justices held Thursday that a homeowners’ association’s rules regulating placement of political signs, charging rent for use of a community room and setting an editorial policy for its community newspaper were reasonable restrictions on time, place and manner of speech.
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