Community Upkeep, Maintenance and Avoiding Problems and Emergencies

First, always remember that CONTRACTS ARE LEGAL INSTRUMENTS ENFORCEABLE AGAINST YOUR ASSOCIATION. Be sure to read them carefully, properly bid your projects, sign on behalf of the association, and consult with your general counsel attorney if you are unsure about liabilities, terms, provisions, or implications of the contract. The other single most important thing that I can tell community managers and homeowner associations is that for larger repairs and contracts – have the contractor name the association as an additional insured.    Read the article………..


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