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Getting the job done right: Attorney Alan Tannenbaum weighs in

For community associations, repair projects present big risks. Poorly drafted contracts can leave associations with little leverage. Shoddy work can result in more problems - and more expenses - down the road. Associations have an imperative to ensure that owners don't get taken advantage of by unscrupulous contractors.

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Alan Tannenbaum, a principal attorney at Tannenbaum Scro who has represented numerous community associations on construction-related issues over the years, walks through these concerns in a recent article. He provides practical tips for associations on:

  • Choosing the right construction professionals
  • Preparing the right plans and specifications
  • Securing strong bids and contracts
  • Negotiating favorable terms
  • Maintaining thorough records
  • And more

Titled "Nuts and Bolts," the article appears in the January/February 2019 issue of Common Ground Magazine, the flagship publication of the Community Associations Institute. Read the full text here.

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