Without a doubt, even the residential property law has become very complicated. When faced with the necessity of entering the grey zones of neighbour law, building law or even landlord and tenant law, many caretakers exit the scene. This exit is conspicuous by the invariably vague “maybes” one gets as an answer and by the fact that the caretaker’s lawyer is omnipresent at the owners’ meetings. His presence is of course not free of cost, but is paid for by you as an owner. Because, lawyers too have to live and therefore they too cost money.
Happy is the one who has an established caretaker with his own legal department, where the caretakers are regularly trained on new legal developments. That saves time and money. And honestly, who wants to have a lawyer present at all the meetings?