Can The Condominium Association’s Lawyer Also Represent The Manager?

Question: A unit owner in the condominium where I live filed separate complaints with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation against the condominium association and the management company, The association’s legal counsel represented both the association and the management company with respect to these complaints, Is it legal and/or ethical for an attorney to represent an association as well as the management company with which the association has contracted?   Read the Q&A……………….


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