Of Condominium Associations and Pocket Monsters (Pokemon)

During Summer 2016, the Pokémon GO game for smartphones took the world by storm – leveraging novelty and nostalgia to get millions of Americans up off the couch and out of doors in ways that create important legal issues for condominium associations

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Coal Harbour condo dwellers call Pokemon pest control

Residents of a Coal Harbour condo building are now free of pesky Pokestops after complaining to the City of Vancouver and their MLA, as well as to the company that makes the popular augmented reality game.  “Their concern was there

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Pokémon Go Class Action Says ‘Pokestop’ Disturbs Condo Residents (FL)

The Villas of Positano Condominium Association Inc. filed the Pokémon Go class action lawsuit last week in California federal court.

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Pokémon, Zika and Marijuana Are Creating New Concerns and New Risks for Condo Associations

The risks confronting condo associations are generally well-known. Although there are always variations on old themes, the risk fundamentals don’t tend to change much from year to year

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For Many Condo Communities, Pokemon Go Quickly Becoming Pokemon No

While sweeping changes to association rules may be unnecessary, many boards of directors are now considering appropriate measures and precautions.

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3 Hidden Opportunities Your HOA Can Unlock by Playing Pokémon Go

Not sure what to make of it? Here’s a quick rundown of the game and why Pokémon Go should be a go for your community association.

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Pokémon Go, What HOA’s Need to Know

The Pokémon Go player trainer guidelines state that users must abide by the pertinent law

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Pokemon GO…. Away! Mobile game can spell headaches for private residential communities.

For those of you like me who never thought you would have to discuss virtual creatures in the context of community security, think again and check out whether or not you might have one of these locations near you.

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The Pokemon Go Craze: Is the Game App Driving Your Co-op or Condo Crazy?

And could there potentially be cause for a board to regulate use of the app, should it be found that the game is responsible for people to mill about a property at all hours

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POKÉMON…STOP!!!???

In less than a week, according to Tech Crunch, Pokémon Go has surpassed the number of people using Twitter and exceeds the number of daily interactions with Facebook. This number does not even include the number of users in Europe

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POKÉMON GO: What Does Your Condo or HOA Need to Know?

while Pokémon Go may be a healthier version of a video game, it does create new issues for condominium associations and homeowner associations.

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Pokémon Chasing: Coming Soon to an HOA Near You

After further research community manager and board members have found the activity was not dangerous but rather it was people out on the hunt for Pokémon.

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