Association Rules Specifying Children Can Spell Trouble!

Once upon a time, community associations passed rules which all but shouted that children were a nuisance. Rules were routinely passed which clarified that little Tommy and Tina couldn’t use the pool, clubhouse, exercise room or other amenities without Mom and Dad in tow or some other adult guardian. The definition of a child in most association documents is defined as “under age 18”.   Read the article…………..


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