Q: The president of our homeowners’ association tells us it’s illegal to disclose names of owners who are delinquent in payment of assessments. Is this correct? He and others have profited from their knowledge of delinquencies by buying lots for low prices without notice to other HOA members who might buy them. A: The answer to the […]
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Note: This is part two in a two-part series about condominium and HOA construction defects by my colleague Gregory L. Shelton, who practices construction law at Horack, Talley, Pharr & Lowndes, P.A. This first part covered common defects and their consequences. Now Greg explains how legal time limits can prevent the association or its owners from suing the parties […]
Below is a link to an interview with New York condo and co-op property manager Martha Goupit. She has some sound advice on financial management, communication, transparency, and other issues of importance to condo associations (and equally applicable to townhomes and other community associations).
A June 3, 2014 ruling from the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals (which includes North Carolina) is good news for HOA property management companies. The case arose out of a federal lawsuit in Maryland filed by a homeowner against her HOA, its property management company and its president and manager, for alleged violations of the […]