Defending Unit Owner Lawsuits in Community Associations: A Step by Step Process

While being named as a defendant in a lawsuit is never ideal, community associations have a number of defense tactics available to prepare for the possibility of litigation. These defense measures may enable an association to avoid costly litigation and defer additional liability when faced with an action filed by an owner or resident in the association. The following is a general overview of the actions that should be taken when a lawsuit is filed, or when an association, through its board members or management, receives a threat or notice of a claim that may result in litigation.     Read the article………………..


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