The New Condominium and Common Interest Community Ombudsperson Act – What You Need to Know

The word “ombudsman” was first used in Sweden in the 1950s. Literally translated, it means “representative,” in Swedish and was derived from the Old Norse word “umbothsmathr” (Umboth = commission + Mathr = man). The definition has evolved over time and an ombudsman is now defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as, “A person (such as a government official or an employee) who investigates complaints and tries to deal with problems fairly.”  Read the PDF………..


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