Legislation to Establish a Pilot Program to Mediate Condominium Disputes (CT)

CCOC has worked very hard during the past several years to try to get legislation passed that gives unit owners a quick and much less expensive alternative to filling a lawsuit against the Association in Superior Court. Unfortunately, primarily because of state budget problems in recent years, we have been unsuccessful.    Read the article…………


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