How Can Boards Resolve Conflicts Without Litigating? Methods for Avoiding Court

How can boards resolve conflicts without incurring major legal fees?
Litigation not only can incur huge legal fees for a co-op or condo, it also can sow animosity between residents and boards, or between neighbors. Here, legal pros give some tips on how to resolve conflicts - even major ones - without lawyering up and going to court. 

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