Thursday, May 12, 2016

Many Condominium Associations may know that their documents provide them with the right to evict a tenant for violating the rules, regulations and bylaws, but are these provisions valid and can they be practically implemented?

Attorney George Warshaw was the guest speaker at the Real Estate Bar Association’s May Condo Committee meeting. Attorney Warshaw, author of Massachusetts Landlord-Tenant Law (Lexis Law Publishing, 2nd ed.), discussed where the condominium documents may succeed or fail in providing an eviction action, the common law theories and approaches that may be used by an association in drafting its documents, and how the real party in interest and joinder issues may be overcome.

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