Trial Court Order Enforces Condominium Declaration’s Pre-Suit Mediation and Arbitration Provisions

Trial Court Order Enforces Condominium Declaration’s Pre-Suit Mediation and Arbitration Provisions

The Order recognizes that courts will not hesitate to enforce written mandatory pre-suit requirements—even when such requirements may be located in a recorded condominium declaration.

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