So You’ve Been Sued — Now What? Handling Lawsuits

Lawsuits are usually not an association’s go-to method for dispute resolution. Expensive and time-consuming, they can quickly turn into a financial burden and may create strained relations in the community. Unfortunately, in some cases there’s no other way out. Last year a couple filed a suit against a neighbor, the association, individual board members, and property managers who all neglected to respond to the couple’s complaint of odors infiltrating their unit, the result of 20 cats inhabiting the neighbor’s unit below.   Read More……


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