Safeguard Association's Right to End Service Contracts

October 31, 2010
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Sometimes the contractors your association hires for such jobs as snow plowing, painting, or providing security do not perform up to the standards you expect, and you will want to terminate the association's contract with them. If you do not terminate the contract and you let the company continue to provide poor service to your community, member dissension could rise and the management office could be fielding an increased number of complaints. Even worse, the association could get hit with a lawsuit by a member or guest hurt because of bad service.

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