Recent North Carolina Court of Appeals Decision Serves as Reminder to Owners Associations

A recent decision by the North Carolina Court of Appeals serves as a reminder that owners associations must deal fairly with their members at all times and board members must not let past disputes or personal issues cloud their judgment, or they could pay a hefty cost.    Read the article………


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