loading… Community associations in need of a handyman or other services may turn to hire homeowners or community residents to do small jobs within the community on an ongoing basis.  The association may be tempted to automatically consider the individual to be an “independent contractor” rather than an employee in order to avoid payments suchGo to Article

loading… In order to successfully enforce the association’s governing documents, the board needs to be familiar with options for enforcement, factors in successful enforcement, the criteria for valid and enforceable rules, and much, much more. Make sure to review our updated article Successful Enforcement of Covenants, Rules, and Architectural Standards/Guidelines. This comprehensive enforcement article willGo to Article

loading… Last week, we posted a blog about the Top 3 Best Collection Remedies You Should Have In Your Governing Documents. Unfortunately, there are often some limitations in many association’s governing documents that should be removed for more effective collections. Here are our top 3: Low caps on late fees: The purpose of late feesGo to Article

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