Posting names of delinquent owners can create a sensitive situation

The Montgomery County Commission on Common Ownership Communities in Maryland has ruled that associations must provide a list of owners delinquent on their assessments if it is requested by another unit owner, but associations must be careful when providing sensitive information, lawyer Benny Kass writes. First, an association should verify that owners are delinquent to avoid being sued for libel if the list is inaccurate, and the requesting unit owner must sign a confidentiality agreement ensuring the names will not be released outside the association.

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