What Community Associations Should Know About the Fair Housing Act and its Impact on Pool Rules and Regulations

With the summer heat wave in full force, it is nice to enjoy a refreshing dip in the pool to cool down. Also, pools are not only good for cooling down but also provide numerous other benefits, including family time without the distractions of today’s technology, fitness training, stress relief, therapy and helping to keep children active. Additionally, community pools can add value to one’s property.  For many of these same reasons, many condominium and homeowner association projects are built with community pools. In order to protect the interests of their members, guests and invitees, many of these communities enact pool rules and regulations for safety and health reasons in order to prevent accidents and injuries.     Read the article……………


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