Many Shades of Grey

One of the main reasons I love practicing common interest community law is its newness. Compare condominium law to, say, contract law, which can be linked thousands of years all the way back to the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi (est. 1792-95 BC). Or what about Normative or English Common Law, that also trace back centuries?  No, common interest community law has been evolving only over the past few decades, originating in the 60s and 70s—that is, the 19 -60s and 70s. We literally are creating law as we go.     Read the article…………..


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