Bill would allow AG to investigate private community squabbles (PA)

A bill requiring the state Attorney General’s Office to investigate or mediate alleged violations by operators of common interest private communities was unanimously approved Thursday by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.    Read the article…………


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