Condos can force use of adjoining land to make repairs

Q. Our condominium association is about to undertake a major tuck-pointing project for our multistory building. The contractor informed the board it has to stage the work for our association from the property located next to the association. That is, the crane and scaffolding need to be placed on a neighboring property!   Read the article………….


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