Watch Your Language: Carefully Drafting Contracts Protects Associations

The vast majority of both one-time projects and long-term service contracts involving vendors and service providers and their condominium or HOA clients go smoothly and either conclude or continue without incident. However, a small percentage of jobs do jump the tracks in one way or another, and when that happens, things can get complicated.   Read More……


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