Can Condominiums Force Owners to Undergo Mental Capacity Assessments

In this post, we discussed two recent cases where the courts have had to make the difficult decision of whether to order a condo owner to have their mental capacity assessed. Interestingly enough these cases led to surprisingly different results.    Read the article……………


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