Security Cameras in Community Associations

Much of the case law involving an association’s duty to provide security relies on long standing landlord-tenant laws and cases. In general, an association has a duty to provide safety and security against foreseeable risks. There are many cases involving security cameras and community associations. In one case the court held that an association had a duty to install cameras because of frequent and repeated car break-ins and other criminal behavior in the common area parking lot.   Read the article…………..


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