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Board of Director Emergency Powers in a Pandemic

Board of Director Emergency Powers in a Pandemic

With the federal government enacting strict social distancing policies and cancelling all gatherings and most cities shutting down bars and restaurants, you might be wondering what the Board of Directors (BOD) can do in this pandemic. The board is granted emergency...

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Homeowners’ Associations and CC&Rs: Read Before You Buy

Homeowners’ Associations and CC&Rs: Read Before You Buy

If you’re new to the condo or homeowner’s association (HOA) scene, you may be caught off-guard by some of the things you’re getting into (spoiler alert: there are rules!). While the benefits for most who choose to live in an association far outweigh any potential...

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Secrets to Avoiding HOA Litigation: Part 2

Secrets to Avoiding HOA Litigation: Part 2

In part 1 of this series, we discussed the importance of creating a culture of fairness to mitigate risk when it comes to conflict escalation and the likelihood of entering into litigation. As you know, litigation is expensive, and it can also be damaging to your...

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Secrets to Avoiding HOA Litigation: Part 1

Secrets to Avoiding HOA Litigation: Part 1

While we work hard to create strong sense of community within our homeowners’ associations (HOAs), sooner or later even the most transparent of associations is bound to receive a complaint. While complaints in and of themselves are not bad (in fact, they can be quite...

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3 Benefits of Hiring a Lawyer for Condo Associations

3 Benefits of Hiring a Lawyer for Condo Associations

Condo associations are a lot like any other government or business organization. They must adhere to rules and regulations, abide by state law, ensure a habitable and sustainable future for its residents, and so much more. For board members responsible for managing...

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Dispute Resolution Part Three: Litigation

Dispute Resolution Part Three: Litigation

In the previous two blogs in this series, we covered the escalating procedure of dispute resolution. Beginning with mediation we then tackled arbitration and in this final blog we will look at the process of litigation. The most common types of litigation can be...

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Dispute Resolution Part Two: Arbitration

Dispute Resolution Part Two: Arbitration

In our previous blog, we discussed the preferred method of dispute resolution: mediation. But what do you do when mediation doesn’t work, it is refused, or it is not an option? The short answer is arbitration. Let’s take a closer look. In arbitration a third party,...

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Dispute Resolution Part One: Mediation

Dispute Resolution Part One: Mediation

Dispute happens. Whether it’s a consistent violation of rules and regulations or something more serious like delinquency or bad debt, both the owners and the association need to be protected. And, for the sake of the whole community, disputes need to be resolved in a...

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