NH Legislature rewrites Condo Act

After a near two-year process, the New Hampshire Legislature agreed on a bill to update the Condo Act, which Gov. Hassan signed on June 24, making it a law effective Monday, Aug. 1.  As with most pieces of legislation (and sausage), what comes out of Congress, any congress, is usually not very much like what it starts out to be.    The New Hampshire Senate and the House had several committees, with several members, who held several hearings with several lawyers, property managers, constituents and likely others.      Read the article………….


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