The Attorney Client Privilege in Community Associations

Few legal concepts rival the complexities surrounding the attorney?client privilege in community association matters. The confusion about these complexities, and the resulting misunderstandings, do not discriminate, roping in attorneys, board members, members, and managers alike. This article will shed some light on this complicated topic in the hopes that those involved with community associations will have a clearer understanding of the nature of the privilege.      Read the article…………….

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