If contractor isn’t up to snuff, can association break contract without penalty?

Q: I am on the board of a condominium association that has a significant dispute with a contractor who is performing ongoing work on the common elements. The workmanship is poor and, arguably, not in full compliance with the terms of the contract. The board has spoken with the contractor about our issues and the contractor denies that the work is noncompliant or poorly performed. How can the association terminate the contract without getting sued?    Read the Q&A……….


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