Emails can get members and directors in libel and defamation trouble

In the “old days,” when a homeowner, unit owner, director or officer of a homeowners or condominium association had a complaint about another in the community, he or she would take the time to draft out a well-written letter. In doing so, the drafter would probably go through two or three drafts before signing their John Hancock to the letter and mailing it.     Read the article………….


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