Service Contracts Should Always be Reviewed by Association Attorney

Question: My condominium association entered into a landscaping contract a few months ago. The contract calls for the landscaping contractor to cut the grass, trim the trees, replace dead vegetation, and (overall) keep the property looking good. In just a short period of time the contractor is doing a lousy job. The grass isn’t cut on time, dead vegetation isn’t being replaced timely, etc. I am the president of the board and I wrote a letter to the contractor notifying them that the contract would be terminated in 30 days    Read the Q&A………….


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