It was important to get the real estate part of this completely understood. Now that we know who owns what leasehold-wise, we have a better idea of responsibility. We also realize that “maintenance” does not cover wholesale refurbishment, especially when absolutely no guidelines or standards existed in the original 1979 or 1990 documents. All it says is “shall maintain”. The maintainer has no legal obligation to improve the property. If our Association wants to substantially improve the street, we need to put some of our own resources into it.
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