CHAPTER 13: Scheduling and Use

Hollander, Stuart J.; Hollander, Rose; Fry, David S.
March 2013
Saving the Family Cottage;3/1/2013, p137
The article offers information when it comes to scheduling and use provisions, which are important when operating a shared cottage in the U.S. It notes that cottage sharing accommodates the varying needs of all involved but it can also be a source of deep disagreement and rivalries. It discusses the development and implementation of several kinds of sharing systems to avoid conflict among family members.


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