Condominiums And HOAs In A Growing Tech World: Drones (FL)

There is a growing sense of concern among community associations regarding the legal ramifications as the popularity and availability of drones rises. This begs the question of whether there are limitations condominiums and HOAs can impose on the ability of residents to use drones within the community and how to minimize potential liability to community associations arising from the use of drones.   Read the article…………..


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