Transition From Sponsor Control (NY)

New York boards have a more difficult time understanding and managing the transition process than other places in the country because specific rules and regulations exist elsewhere to guide them through the process, according to experts at a recent Community Associations Institute Big Apple chapter panel.     Read the article………….


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