Bilanko v. Barclay Court Owners Association

In last week’s post “Hot Off the Press,” we advised readers that the Washington Supreme Court published on that day Bilanko v. Barclay Court Owners Association,an important decision relating to challenges to declaration amendments involving Washington “New Act” condominiums. The decision can be found here. Over the past week we’ve had time to analyze the opinion and have come up with a few summary points.     Read the article…………


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