Use Business Judgment Rule to Avoid Unfair Enforcement Accusations
Q: During the summer months, more of our members use the outdoor amenities in the community, such as the pool and basketball courts. We’ve had to crack down on some of the behavior that we’ve seen in these areas, but because the nature of some of the behavior isn’t that serious, I’m tempted to let it go if it seems harmless. What types of risks does the association run if it fails to enforce rules consistently?
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