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restrictions

Enforcing Rules in Your Condominium: Who You Gonna Call?

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The vast majority of my condo clientele have major clashes over enforcing rules. After I have done an investigation into the particular situation that has tempers flaring, I find this common scenario: a problem has arisen that affects that quality of life for certain members in the Association; the Board…

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The “One-Bite” Rule: Homeowners Associations’ Liability for Animal Attacks

By | community association, condo law, covenants, HOA, HOAs, homeowners association, landlord, liability, restrictions, unit owner, unit owners | No Comments

What do pet owners, homeowners associations and landlords all have in common? They may be held liable for injuries caused by an animal attack on any premises deemed to be under their control. Under common law, domestic animals such as dogs and cats are regarded as not inherently dangerous pets….

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