Age restrictions at condos get associations sued

“Condominium” is not an old Latin word for “quiet” or “kids free.” Unfortunately, too many associations think this is the correct translation. So, they make rules that directly or indirectly bar children from living at condo associations. And your association can do that, but it can get sued, lose and pay a lot of money to the aggrieved family.   Read the article…………..


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