How to avoid pool peril with by-laws

With summer just around the corner, owners and occupiers in your building might emerge in their swimwear, with towels, hats and sunscreen, ready to tan in front of the common swimming pool or courtyard. It is not uncommon for buildings with swimming pools to have “House Rules” or guidelines in respect of the use of the swimming pools and other common facilities in the building, including the swimming pool.  Read the article…………..


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