Sometimes an association is owed an amount of money, that is significant to the association. However, despite the amount, a board may decide the collection actions may generate amounts in attorneys’ fees that are greater than the underlying arrearage. That board then votes to ignore the balance and take action. [Read more…] about To Sue, or Not to Sue a Delinquent Owner? That is the Question
Each spring when weather begins to warm up, residents eagerly anticipate breaking out their swimsuits, while at the same time condominium and homeowner association boards begin to expedite opening community pools. Ever present in the minds of those tasked with this job, are the possible unexpected delays and problems that have the potential to derail the best laid pool opening plans. [Read more…] about Associations Don’t Stress — Power through that Pool Opening with Best Practices
Entering a Vacant Unit the Case of Emergency: How Associations Can Prevent Liability
As the manager, did you make the right decision or have you just opened yourself up to potential liability?