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Housing Counsel Public Condo Law vs. Private Condo Law

Question: I am the President of a mid-size condominium in Washington. Our Bylaws specifically prohibit short-term rentals of any kind. The board – and most of our members – agree that cutting out short term rentals and subleases of less than a year helps cut down on the move in and out traffic that creates maintenance distress, having renters that ...

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PH banks can weather Hanjin default, BSP assures public | Inquirer Business

Banking regulators on Friday moved to reassure the public about the strength of the financial system after the bankruptcy of a Korean-owned shipbuilder in Subic Bay triggered a $ 412-million default on local lenders—the biggest in Philippine corporate history. In a statement to the Inquirer, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said the banking industry has enough capital buffer to weather ...

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PH banks can weather Hanjin default, BSP assures public

Banking regulators on Friday moved to reassure the public about the strength of the financial system after the bankruptcy of a Korean-owned shipbuilder in Subic Bay triggered a $ 412-million default on local lenders—the biggest in Philippine corporate history. In a statement to the Inquirer, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said the banking industry has enough capital buffer to weather ...

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PH banks can weather Hanjin default, BSP assures public

Banking regulators on Friday moved to reassure the public about the strength of the financial system after the bankruptcy of a Korean-owned shipbuilder in Subic Bay triggered a $ 412-million default on local lenders—the biggest in Philippine corporate history. In a statement to the Inquirer, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said the banking industry has enough capital buffer to weather ...

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PH banks can weather Hanjin default, BSP assures public

Banking regulators on Friday moved to reassure the public about the strength of the financial system after the bankruptcy of a Korean-owned shipbuilder in Subic Bay triggered a $ 412-million default on local lenders—the biggest in Philippine corporate history. In a statement to the Inquirer, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said the banking industry has enough capital buffer to weather ...

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