The Secret to Disclosures in Community Associations, Part 2: Practical Pointers Concerning Disclosure Requirements

As mentioned in last week’s submission, associations are frequently confronted with whether something must be disclosed, could be disclosed or should be disclosed. Some questions are easy. For example an Oregon Condo must disclose to prospective purchases, the existence of car charging stations and the owner’s related responsibilities. That’s a black-and-white question and answer, but consider the following hypothetical situation:      Read the article…………..


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