Condo records bill teed up for Senate vote Thursday (MA)

The Massachusetts Senate on Thursday is poised to take up legislation aimed at addressing what critics call a “toothless tiger” – the state law requiring condominium boards to produce records for any condo unit owner who requests them.   Read the article……….


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