NJ: Don’t Be Too Hasty In Towing: Bresnowitz v. Espy Road Condo. Ass’n

A recent decision by the Appellate Division of New Jersey’s Superior Court reminds community association boards and managers to enforce rules in a reasonable manner, with sufficient notice to all residents of the rule, adequate notice of a violation to an offender and, if possible, an opportunity to cure to avoid a sanction, particularly when enforcement will cause damage to an owner or resident.        Read More……


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