Court Decisions May Make it Harder for Condominium Associations to Restrict Free Speech Rights of Owners

In condominiums as in society generally, laws and legal theories change over time as technologies, economies and stoical structures evolve. The changes are usually slow, often (though not always) welcome, and occasionally jarring. An apparent change in condominium law falls into the latter (largely unsettling) category.  Read More……


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