|RE: ADA Compliance - Americans with Disabilities Act||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rob Sandelin (floriferousmsn.com)|
|Date: Sun, 15 Apr 2001 23:07:32 -0600 (MDT)|
I can see no advantage to having a commonhouse as a public building and see all kinds of potential disadvantages. You will be organizing as a Condominium I assume. This is already well documented legally and permit wise in every state in the union and I can assure you that very few if any regular condos set up their "multipurpose building" as a public space. The liability insurance alone would make this unattractive. Your attorney should be able to tell you how condos permit and organize their mulitpurpose room. This standard format will make it easier for you and you can still host public events there if you choose to.
ADA Compliance - Americans with Disabilities Act Eileen McCourt, April 12 2001
- Re: ADA Compliance - Americans with Disabilities Act Jim Snyder-Grant, April 13 2001
- RE: ADA Compliance - Americans with Disabilities Act Rob Sandelin, April 15 2001
- Re: common house as a public building Hans Tilstra, April 15 2001
- RE: ADA Compliance - Americans with Disabilities Act Lashbrook, Stephan, April 12 2001
- Re: ADA Compliance - Americans with Disabilities Act Berrins, April 15 2001
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