New laws change condo association management (NH)

This is Part II of legislative changes to the Condominium Act that went into effect Aug. 1. The caveat is many of the actions boards and associations have been taking now must be explicitly in the bylaws (not even in the declaration) or any actions taken, such as elections, assessments and approval of projects, can be successfully challenged leading to chaos at associations.     Read the article…………..


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