Hidden Structural Elements: What You Can’t See Can Hurt You (Utah Law)

For those of us that live in or work with a community association, whether it’s a condominium or a traditional P.U.D., sharing the responsibility for maintaining, repairing and replacing structural elements can be a headache—okay, maybe even a migraine.  Read the article………….


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