I received an inquiry from a reader who currently serves on a board of directors. His association was undergoing a major siding project. The board member had spent a substantial amount of time supervising the contractors and wanted to be compensated by the association for his services. The other board members were in agreement that … Read More ›
As condominium, townhome and homeowners associations are getting older, the need for maintenance, repair and replacement of the buildings and other property of the association has increased. Lately, I have received a number of phone calls from clients inquiring about the procedures to fund improvements to the property.
My first response is — “Are there funds … Read More ›
Within the past several years, we have seen more and more discrimination complaints being filed. These claims generally arise when the Board attempts to enforce the Rules and Regulations of the Association or collect delinquent assessments.
Under the law, residents residing in a Condominium, Townhome or Homeowner Association who believe that they have been treated unfairly … Read More ›
Recently I spoke at a seminar regarding decision making for Boards of Directors. In preparing for the seminar, I was reminded of an association that our firm represents. Shortly after being sworn in as an attorney, I was asked by one of my partners to attend a meeting at this association. This was my first … Read More ›