Supreme Judicial Court Voids Condominium Bylaw as Against Public Policy
In a November article I discussed the pending Supreme Judicial Court case Trustees of Cambridge Point Condominium Trust v. Cambridge Point, LLC. You can read the full article here, but the essential issue is whether condominium bylaw provisions limiting a condominium board’s ability to initiate litigation should be void, either because such provisions violate the Massachusetts Condominium Act, or because they are against public policy. In November I said the case had the potential to either increase lawsuits initiated by condominium boards, or eliminate the possibility of lawsuits against future condominium developers.
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