Emotional Support Animals and HOA “No Pet” Policies
It’s common to see a variety of disabled people with service animals to help them. However, more and more people who suffer from emotional conditions are getting emotional support animals. Like service animals, these animals are not subject to the same rules as traditional pets, so even if a neighborhood prohibits pets, these emotional support animals are still commonly allowed by the law. Read the article……….
Community association board members spend a lot of time communicating — whether it’s with one another, community members, vendors or
For many homebuyers, the issue of condo fees is as contentious as they come. In one camp are those who
What the Heck is D&O Insurance and Why is it so Important? A Primer on Board Member and Officer Liability Exposure
Directors and officers of an association are volunteers with enormous responsibilities, who put in countless hours to better their communities.