Attorneys that practice community association law regularly prosecute and defend against claims that sound in the law of contracts, real property, civil rights, and more. Each of these topics is discussed to provide the reader with a set of practical tools that may be used to approach community association disputes.
This book also discusses the motivations that underlie common community association disputes. Emotions run high when neighbors feud. The book places dry legal issues in their context, creating a framework for understanding the root cause of the legal dispute.
This Edition includes advice on:
- Community boards can preserve their claim for attorney’s fees.
- Changing requirements for mandatory liability insurance for Condominium Associations and Homeowners’ Associations.