Hold Community Events without Risking Liquor Liability

This spring, you and your association are probably planning summer events that will give members a chance to have fun in the community and get to know their neighbors. Organizing events can also be a team-building experience for your staff and create goodwill between management and residents. It’s not all fun and games, however. Community-building events, such as pool parties or cookouts, may feature food and drinks, including alcohol. If the association serves alcoholic beverages at an event, it creates the potential for liability if someone is injured or killed as a result.


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