Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Condo Docs

A gentleman who came to the registry the other day to record his resignation from a position on the board of is condominium association spoke with me about the difficulty small condo associations have in keeping up with the rules and procedures.  That really wasn't news to me because one of the most frequent requests we get from customers is for a copy of their "condo docs."  By that is typically meant the master deed and the declaration of trust establishing the condominium association.  Since those documents are typically each several dozen pages long, it can get pricey to purchase the copies at the registry since we're required to charge $1 per page.  Much more economical would be to print, or even better, download as a PDF, the docs from our website which incurs no charge to the user.  Sometimes these documents are tricky to find on the computer if you don't know what you're looking for.  We're trying to devise a way in which we can queue up all of these condo docs on our website and just email them to customers upon request.  Once we've figured out the approach we'll take on this, I'll follow-up here.

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