Theft, Fraud Schemes and How Community Associations Can Avoid Them

In her blog entry below that was posted on Sept. 10, Laura Manning-Hudson wrote about the disturbing trend of increased cases of fraud, theft and embezzlement at Florida community associations that she and many other association attorneys have been seeing. The damage that can be inflicted on associations by unscrupulous managers, employees and board members is indeed very severe, and this article will focus on the types of schemes that appear to be most prevalent and some of the best practices for associations to employ in order to help to avoid becoming a victim.      Read the article……………


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