We frequently get asked what special steps must be taken by associations to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA.) In many cases our association clients are not subject to the ADA but it depends heavily on who they allow to use the common area and amenities. The most common trigger that makes the ADA apply to associations is when the association’s common area and amenities are used with some degree of frequency by the general public that are not members of the association. For example, if the association allows nonmembers to use the association’s pool for a … Continue reading → The post Are Homeowners Associations and Condominium Associations Subject to the Americans With Disabilities Act? appeared first on Black Slaughter Black.
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