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When it comes to noisy neighbors, it's the board's responsibility to enforce association rules

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Question: I’ve owned and lived in my very small Los Angeles condo complex for 16 years and am president of the association. Many of my neighbors are established professionals, including a couple of financial advisors across the hall. They have lived in the building for more than 40 years and have...


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