Set Rule Barring Members, Guests from Condo Roofs
As summer begins and temperatures rise, members and their guests may be tempted to go up on the roof and sunbathe, barbecue, or just cool off from their hot units. Unfortunately, allowing people on the roof of your condominium building can create problems for you and the association. For example, if a member or guest gets seriously injured or causes costly property damage, a court may rule that you’re liable for the injuries or damage because you let members and guests use the roof. How can you avoid this risk? Consider banning members from using the building in this way.
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