5 of the Most Common Misperceptions of Community Associations

1. Eviction of Tenants: Contrary to popular belief (at least among condominium and homeowners association directors), there is no inherent authority of community associations to evict a tenant for violations of the governing documents, including the failure to be approved in advance of occupying the unit or lot.     Read the article…………


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