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During the pandemic, we have received numerous inquiries from condominium associations and property managers as to whether it is proper or permissible for meetings to be held remotely. The short answer is probably not. Most condominium documents require that trustee and owner meetings be held in-person and that owners vote
Superior Court Judge Kenneth Salinger ruled that a Caffe Nero shop on Newbury Street did not have to pay back rent for the nearly three months last spring when indoor dining was halted under state orders to combat the spread of COVID-19. The Newbury Street location closed in October —
We frequently receive inquiries from condominium associations and landlords regarding the rights of unit owners or tenants to have service or assistance animals when the condominium documents or the lease specifically prohibit pets or certain types of pets. The question is and remains very fact-specific and every situation is different
It is our crystal anniversary. Champagne for everyone! The past fifteen years would not have been possible without the strong and lasting relationships we have built with our clients and colleagues. Thank you to all who have placed their trust and confidence in us. We look forward to many more