Nothing is more essential to managing risk than a plan for property emergencies. Time is of the essence. Water soaks in, wicks up walls, flows into electrical outlets and the cleanup grows more expensive. A clean water spill (water from a sink, bathtub or shower) can be dried easily, but if not handled correctly 24-36 hours later mold can begin to grow on porous materials.
By Sharon Glenn Pratt, Esq. | January 2021 Expensive problems can […]
The recent hurricanes in Texas and Florida have many of us thinking about what we would do in a catastrophe. For association boards, insurance is the front line of disaster […]
Developing a Projected Cost Budget It is not surprising to know that in the initial phases of every proposed construction project, it is the first task of the Construction Manager […]
Boards in need of cash may want to use cash in the reserve accounts or from legal settlements, but there are important restrictions.
Should homeowner associations maintain defibrillators (or “AEDs”)? These life-saving devices can also be a source of major liability. Proceed with caution.
New to the HOA board or welcoming new board members? Here are 10 tips to help new board members get up to speed quickly and work effectively.
Your HOA board wants to go onto a property to correct a covenant violation. Can you? Even if you have legal authorization, should you? There are a number of risks […]
Your HOA has political power: people who unite around a common cause can change local policies. And your neighbors can help you make big changes.