Protecting Your Biz: How do community associations legally cover themselves?

Community Associations, just like businesses, need to ensure that they are legally protected at all times. They are responsible for governing the community, ensuring that owners and/or tenants follow the rules and the covenants, conditions and restrictions that are set forth in their bylaws. And as a legal entity, it is highly advisable that the board has an attorney on board to serve as an advisor and act on behalf of the association when needed. Let’s take a look at the reasons why your board needs to retain an attorney:    Read the article…………….


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