Mass. Bill Would Shift Too Much Control To Condo Boards

Law360 (June 28, 2018, 3:13 PM EDT) -- In a September 2017 article,[1] my now-retired law partner Saul J. Feldman and I wrote a critique on a then-proposed Bill No. 0752[2] in the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Since then, the bill has been amended and refiled as Proposed House Bill 4325[3] and titled, An Act Related To Anti-Litigation Provisions In Condominium Documents.

Bill 4325, filed on Feb. 6, 2018, seeks to amend Section 10, subsection b of the Massachusetts Condominium Act, M.G.L. Chapter 183A, by adding, among others, the following clause:

Any provision of a master deed, declaration of trust, or by-laws that imposes upon...

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