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Consider having a Hold Harmless Agreement if you are considering re-opening the community’s facilities.

Posted by Joel Kriger | May 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

For associations that are considering reopening their pools, clubhouses, or other amenities/facilities, we strongly recommend following the county and CDC guidelines.  The CDC offers guidance for associations on reopening amenities/facilities which can be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/parks-rec/aquatic-venues.html.

In addition, we recommend that association requires residents to sign a Hold Harmless Agreement in exchange for using the association's amenities/facilities during these unprecedented times to limit the association's exposure to risk and liability related to contracting COVID-19. If you would like additional information or assistance with the preparation of a Hold Harmless Agreement, please give our office a call at (619) 589-8800, and we will be happy to assist you.

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Joel Kriger

Owner Practice Areas: Community Association Counsel Joel M. Kriger is the founder of Kriger Law Firm. A native of Pennsylvania, Joel graduated from Temple University in 1970 and moved to San Diego to attend the University of San Diego School of Law, from which he graduated in 1973. Joel maintai...

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