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condominium

a centrally owned, usually cooperative, facility of feed mill, feed trucks, feed purchasing and health services but separate individual ownership of livestock, and usually the feedlot yards.
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For example, fire-extinguishing equipment, outdoor furniture, floor coverings and appliances used for refrigerating, ventilating, cooking, dishwashing, or laundering are covered by the ISO Condominium Association Coverage Form, CP 00 17 10 12.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court recently issued a decision essentially nullifying the economic loss rule in claims by condominium associations against condominium developers, despite well-settled precedent that the economic loss rule applies to such claims.
More generally, when Louisiana courts determine whether a condominium association or a unit owner has a particular power or duty, (4) they strictly interpret the powers and duties of condominium associations and unit owners under the Louisiana Condominium Act (the "LCA") and a condominium association's condominium documents.
As an alternative, the condominium association proposed replacing the slate tiles with a new synthetic slate shingles that look like the real thing.
Stillman made our contract negotiations painless and offered suggestions that benefited our association, a major advantage of working with an experienced management company," said Susan Hoehl, a Fountain Terrace Condominium Association representative.
The above advantages and disadvantages may seem contradictory with respect to the acquirer's ability to control the board of directors of the condominium association.
The condominium association board and the management company are responsible for any discrimination they facilitate.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced today it has ordered Castillo Condominium Association, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to pay $20,000 in damages plus a $16,000 civil penalty after finding that the association violated the Fair Housing Act when it refused to allow a resident with disabilities to keep his emotional support animal.
In the parlance of condominiums, the nuclear option is triggered when a condominium association - which has tried every method available to collect overdue monthly condo dues - forecloses on one of their own members.
We have retrofitted some of the buildings like Ocean Palms in Hollywood and our program has helped the condominium association to reduce their energy bills by almost 25- 30 % with Zero out of pocket.