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Hurricane shutters by Anonymous on September 28, 2005 @10:05

I have tenants who feel that we should supply them with hurricane shutters and put them up when a hurricane warning is issued.Are we responsible?Or are they responsible to protect themselves at their expense.We purchased the plywood last time and now the association will not allow that to be used.Help.
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Then the association by Anonymous on September 28, 2005 @11:04 [ Reply ]
would be responsible for damage that could have been prervented by the plywood?
Re: Hurricane shutters by Anonymous on September 28, 2005 @11:08 [ Reply ]
What association? This is an emergency protection measure, not cosmetic change. I would not let an association dictate what materials I could use when a hurricane was heading towards my property.
Re: Hurricane shutters by JD on September 28, 2005 @11:46 [ Reply ]
It's your property, you do what you have to to protect it. But hurricane shutters would not be a bad idea if they actually work and would make life easier for you.
If this is a condominium by Anonymous on September 28, 2005 @15:30 [ Reply ]
Why does not the "association" install this proper and necessary safety equipment on their building? It is exterior, where the condo owners are typically prohibited from making any modifications.

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