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How to Deal with Police Requests and Activity in Condominiums

Mario D. Deo
Publication date:
March 14, 2022
Article Summary: 

The linked blog post provides guidance on how to deal with police requests and activity in condominiums. The article acknowledges that police presence or requests for access may occasionally arise in condominium communities, whether for investigations, security checks, or other reasons. It offers practical advice for both condominium corporations and unit owners on how to handle such situations. The article emphasizes the importance of communication and cooperation between the parties involved, including the condominium board, property management, and residents. It discusses key considerations, such as establishing protocols for handling police requests, verifying the identity of officers, and respecting privacy rights. The article also advises on engaging legal counsel when necessary and promoting a safe and secure living environment for all residents. By following these recommendations, condominium communities can navigate police requests and activities effectively while upholding residents' rights and maintaining a harmonious living environment.


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Mario D. Deo
How to Deal with Police Requests and Activity in Condominiums
March 14, 2022
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