You Can’t Prevent Snow and Ice but You Can Manage the Liability Risks They Create

Condominium residents, not unreasonably, expect parking lots to be plowed and walkways to be cleared of snow and ice. Boards that fail to deliver those expected services face not only the ire of residents, but also potential liability if residents or visitors suffer ice- and snow-related injuries. Those liability risks for community associations are far greater today than they used to be, because the legal theories governing them have changed.  Read the article………….


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