How to Tell the Difference Between Responsive and Reactionary Bylaws

There’s a world of difference between responding to trends and making a knee-jerk reaction to a single issue in strata. If done properly the former will improve harmony in a scheme, while the latter is bound to leave a bitter taste in owners’ mouths.  And here’s why.  This is a tale of two strata schemes.    Read the article……….


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