Common Legal Pitfalls Self-Managing Boards Make ...and How to Avoid Them

Legal pros discuss common legal blunders made by self-managed boards
Serving on your building or association's board isn't easy - especially when you don't have a managing company guiding you. There's a lot to remember, a lot to take in, and high-stakes decisions to make. These legal pros offer some advice on how to make a hard job easier by avoiding some common - and costly - legal mistakes that self-managing boards often make. 

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