Preserving Developer Rights and Protecting Association Interests

Relations between the developers who produce condominiums and the owners who purchase them are not always harmonious, to say the least. They clash over many issues, but disputes over retained developers’ rights and construction defects are among the most common. These disputes are also complex and often result in litigation.    Read the article…………….


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