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………….


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