Arbitration Provisions and Unconscionability

This case is a lesson in: Do what the judge tells you to do.  Ruiz v. Millennium Square Residential Association, Civil Action No. 15-1014 (JDB), out of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, is a fairly staid dispute over whether a condominium owner complied with the condominium association bylaws when he made changes to his unit.     Read the article………….


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