Bad legal documents can be an expensive problem

Last time I spent the entire column talking about properly, i.e. ethically, amending your declaration and bylaws, a lot of column space and words because it truly is really important to do things the right way. This time, the points are shorter, but no less important.  Drafting the documents: Condominium documents, particularly the declaration and bylaws are contracts and need to be treated with the full weight and authority of these legal documents    Read the article…………….

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