Property & Finance

The Shared Cabin


How to split the time, the chores and the costs – and make everybody happy

By Laura Saari
Published: May 1, 2005
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Photo by Chris Harris/firstlight.ca

As a cabin can enrich a family, it can also be a catalyst for problems. When the second generation inherits the cabin, disputes over the shared cabin can cause family conflict. Read more!

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