A hotly debated topic within the world of community associations is whether or not condominiums should be accommodating towards certain religions. The New York Times recently tackled this issue in their article, “Is It Kosher for My Condo to Go Kosher?”
The article questions whether or not a board can impose customs that support the Jewish tradition such as making a restaurant kosher and installing an eruv (a rope-like ritual enclosure used during the Sabbath). Becker Shareholder David Ramsey provides his opinion on the matter stating, “The fact that the restaurant is kosher is not an imposition of a religious obligation on anybody, it’s just that’s the kind of food you can get there.”
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