Mazdabrook v. Khan

On April 8, 2011 the ACLU-NJ filed an amicus brief in support of the homeowner in this appeal and in support of the Appellate Division opinion which argued that the homeowners association’s regulation prohibiting all political signs on Mr. Khan property was unlawful and unenforceable. In June 2011 the New Jersey Supreme Court decided in favor of Mr. Khan. The court ruled in 4-1 decision that the Mazdabrook Common's policy against political lawn signs was unconstitutional.

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