PA lawmakers to mull community mediation

Pennsylvania lawmakers will discuss a proposed change Tuesday, to how the state handles disputes within private communities. The state House of Representatives plans to reconsider House Bill 595, which would expand the Attorney General’s power to mediate such cases.  “There are a lot of residents who feel they should have that protection,” said State Rep. Rosemary Brown (R-189), who introduced the legislation in February.  The Pennsylvania General Assembly enacted the Uniform Planned Community Act in 1996. It defines a planned community as one in which an estate holder pays for the general care of any property not owned solely by that individual.    Read the article……..


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