Significant New Utah Case to Impact Associations

In a case released yesterday, Fort Pierce Indus. Park v. Shakespeare, 2016 UT 28, the Utah Supreme Court has clarified the standard of review to be applied in the interpretation of community association declarations. The case clarifies previously conflicting precedent by confirming that association declarations should be “neutrally construed,” as are other contracts, rather than “strictly construed.”  Read the article…………….


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