The Rhode Island Condominium Act has Been Amended Again!

The amendment which was signed by the governor on June 29, 2017 takes effect immediately. The new legislation allows a unit owner to obtain a written copy of any insurance company damage appraisal or any damage appraisal (regardless of who prepares it) in regard to a casualty loss/damage to a unit.    Scroll to second article……………     For a copy of the changes [click here]


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