Exercising an Association’s Right of Entry

Suppose you’re on the board of directors of a condominium. In the middle of the night you receive a call that Unit 201 has a broken gas line. The gas line poses significant health, life and safety issues for the other owners. Can the manager or a board member enter the unit to turn off the gas or fix the line? It’s not always a clear-cut answer.   Read the article………..


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