A Cautionary Tax Tale for Homeowner Associations

Imagine, if you will, that you are a board member of a homeowner association, where all common elements are owned by the association. One day your board discovers that all of the association’s common elements, including all of your privately owned streets, parking areas, green space, gardens, and other amenities are now owned by complete strangers.   Read the article…………….

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