You’ve Got Fine Written All Over You: A Guide on How to Properly Assess Fines

Almost every Association has at least one co-owner or homeowner who thinks that the Condominium Bylaws or Declaration of Restrictions does not apply to him or her. Luckily, most Associations also have neighbors that are more than happy to report violations of these documents to the Board of Directors. Associations should always be very careful to assess fines properly, or they could be successfully challenged later by the co-owner/homeowner (and possibly thrown out of court)    Read the article…………


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