Are Your Governing Documents Putting Your Community At Risk?

Many common interest communities have not kept their documents current with changes in the law, changes in their community or changes in governance and operations of their association. Additionally, many communities have not formalized amendments owners have approved to their governing documents. Do out-of-date documents, or amendments approved but not reflected in written documents create risk for the Community?     Read the article…………


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