Condo Associations Resist Owners’ Bid To Update 64-Year-Old Consumer Protections (MA)

Condominium owners, who for years have tried to alter aging laws governing how housing associations make records available, brought their complaints to Beacon Hill Tuesday.  Molly Dunn testified that she’s spent “quite a bit of money” to force her association trustees and management company to give her access to receipts for work done on her unit.   Read the article………..


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