Got Drafting Errors? Amend Your Governing Documents

The bylaws of a condominium are self-governing documents. They address how the board administers policies and oversees the maintenance and operation of the association. They also cover such things as board membership qualifications, meetings, and voting. The bylaws are generally considered to be rather straightforward, but once in a while you come across a set with sections that are vague and confusing. Such was the case with a small building on the Upper West Side that had converted to a condominium in the late 1980’s.    Read the article…………….


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