Court of Appeals Enforces Covenant Restricting Height of Trees and Hedges
The Washington Court of Appeals recently issued an unpublished opinion that a row of trees violated a covenant restricting “hedges” to a height of six feet or less. The parties own property in a neighborhood on Whidbey Island that is built on a slope and that provides views of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Read the article………….
Residential Condominium Association And Its Management Company Immune From Liability For Improper Removal Of Snow/Ice Patch Caused By Defective Awning (IL)
Plaintiff was a resident of a condominium whose common areas were owned and maintained by the defendants. She slipped and
New rules on condominiums affected by HR3700 (The Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act of 2016) that must make them eligible
The Attorney-Client Privilege: Disclosure of Confidential Information to Property Management Companies in Furtherance of Representation of Condominium or Homeowner’s Associations
Attorneys are not only ethically, but lawfully obligated to keep certain divulged information confidential in furtherance of representing a client.