Ambiguous Condo Docs Cause Another Dispute

I’m often asked to review condominium documents because the language used is not clear. One reason is the legalese used by many lawyers when drafting the documents. (“Now herewithin witnesseth” really?). Do we think it makes us sound smart? Whatever the reason, it needs to stop!  If we want the owners to read the documents (and we should) we need to make them easy to read. The owners shouldn’t need a law degree to understand them! Plain, clear, and unambiguous language needs to become the norm.    Read the article……………


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