Owner Function: Addressing Tenant Issues

Another source of contention that is almost always avoidable deals with the actions of tenants. As an owner, you are generally responsible for the actions of your tenants within the association. If your tenant violates the association’s governing documents, you will likely receive a warning letter, hearing notice or ultimately you may be served with a lawsuit. This possibility can be avoided by ensuring that you provide copies of all governing documents to your tenant and ensuring your tenants understand their obligation to comply with the associations rules.     Read the article………….


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