Why Condo Association Boards Act Slowly

One universal complaint about Condo Association Boards is that they are slow to act. Even for the most basic of requests, Owners are frequently frustrated by the fact that it takes weeks, or even months, for a Board to get back to an Owner. Accusations of sloth, indifference, or even malice are common. While in some cases these accusations can be true, there are also several structural and legal reasons are why Condo Association Boards act slowly.     Read the article………….


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