• Dealing With Difficult Owners
  • December 29, 2010 | Authors: Douglas S. Levy; Winta Mengisteab
  • Law Firm: Rees Broome, PC - Tysons Corner Office
  • A common problem encountered by many community associations is how to effectively handle members who are difficult to deal with. Such members take many forms: some are thorny in their nature, while others become obstinate if they believe that they have been wronged somehow by the association. Although dealing with difficult owners can be a frustrating experience for the board and the association’s managing agent alike, we aim to provide some essential tips to help your board balance any duty owed to the owner with its duty to protect the interests of the association.