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Michael L. Hyman, with Siegfried, Rivera. Michael L. Hyman, with Siegfried Rivera.

The divisive presidential election, polarizing social movements and growing pandemic fatigue have combined to create a perfect storm for tempers to flare in communities across the country. Many homeowners associations and condominium associations have borne the brunt of the increased volatility due to their decisions to close or restrict amenities such as pools, fitness centers, tennis courts and social rooms, and to require facial coverings and social distancing in their common areas. A recent petition for an injunction stemming from pre-pandemic confrontations between a current and a former board member illustrates how associations and their directors should proactively address bellicose residents.

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