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Category: Law & Legislation

Law & Legislation
2021 June Working With Your Legal Counsel

For many, the function and relationship between the board of directors of a co-op or condominium community and their attorney is more or less opaque. Who does the attorney represent? Individual owners or shareholders can’t contact the commu…

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Law & Legislation
2021 June Laws vs. Bylaws

Co-op and condo living is subject to lots of rules—some of which come directly from state laws, some from the building or association’s own bylaws, and some from its house rules. Every state has statutes that govern the operation of residen…

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Law & Legislation
2021 June Legal & Legislative Roundup

As the nation starts to regain a semblance of normalcy with COVID-19 vaccinations on the rise and restrictions beginning to ease, legislative dockets have filled with bills and proposals that have ramifications for the co-op, condo, and HOA…

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Law & Legislation
2021 May Liability, Cost, & Reopening Amenities

Last spring, amidst the panic and confusion of the burgeoning pandemic, condominium, co-op, and HOA communities were faced with the difficult task of deciding what to do about their shared amenities. Gyms, pools, clubhouses, and other popul…

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2020 June What Attorneys Wish Boards Knew

Attorneys representing co-op, condo, and HOA communities comprise an interesting subset of the legal profession. While ultimately serving as the legal backstop for these communities, that’s not the full measure of what they do; they often a…

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Law & Legislation
2020 June Reopening Amenities

When the water in the pool is icy cold, the standard advice is to hold your breath, close your eyes, and dive in. That is not how condominium association boards should approach the reopening of pools and other amenities closed during the pa…

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