Condo Trouble? Preemptive Participation Offers Protection

Hurdles abound for condominium unit owners concerned about malfeasance. Owner interests are fractional and proportionate, yet owners risk their own resources to combat fraud alone.  In third-party disputes arising from association or director wrongdoing, provisions in the governing documents and the state Condominium Act enable reimbursement of prevailing party legal fees. The wrongful act doctrine may permit recovery of fees incurred.    Read the article………….


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