Condo Directors Have a Limited Right to Privacy

One of our readers asked me to elaborate on how this right to privacy may apply to condo directors. Are they entitled to have the same expectation of privacy or is it all “fair game” considering that they have stuck their neck out by volunteering on the board? At a different scale, when one consider the bad press that some politicians get, one wonders if it is all par for the course? Well, for better or for worse, condo directors attract more visibility and must accept to be identified as directors of the condominium corporation.   Read the article…………..


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