New Conn. bills target condo associations

06/10/2013 | CtWatchdog.com (Connecticut)

Connecticut's General Assembly approved three bills that would affect condo associations, including one that would require banks to pay associations for any maintenance related to foreclosed condos. If this bill is signed by the governor, associations can collect nine months of fees each year a property is foreclosed, as opposed to a one-time, six-month payment.

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