An Example of When to Contact Association Legal Counsel
The other day, I was contacted by an acquaintance who asked for my help changing his condominium’s no-pet policy. He explained that he was a board member, and that their condominium’s “bylaws” banned all pets. My first question was whether he wanted my assistance personally or as counsel for his condominium association, to which I received a bewildered look. Read the article………….
Bah Humbug! Holiday Lights and Condominium Restrictions: Navigating Time, Place and Size Restrictions
Traditionally, during this time of year many Americans enjoy displaying lights, wreaths and other decorations as part of the holiday
People who live in detached single-family homes may be surprised to learn (sometimes to their chagrin) that they are actually
Condominiums first appeared in the late 1960s when owner-occupied cooperatives and common interest communities took hold across the country. Throughout