Can a condo no longer be a condo?

Answer Your governing documents provide for a dissolution of the association, which is a process normally followed after a disaster that renders the community unusable for its intended purpose. Otherwise... Read More »

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Is there a law regarding condo fees I live in a four-unit condo One of the members has not paid his condo fee for 7 months?

Yes, and the law is a local state law, plus the governing documents under which the association operates the property. Read your governing documents and follow the guidelines there to collect the p... Read More »

Can condo home owner association prevent someone from buying a condo?

Whether it's a condominium unit or a home that is embedded among assets owned in common with other owners, unless the governing documents of the association specifically dictate a screening process... Read More »

Can Florida law foreclose on condo for non paid condo fees if owner filed chapter 7?

Your governing documents may provide for leverage against both your property title and you personally, for your obligation to pay your assessments. As well, assessments due prior to the date of fil... Read More »

Is there a condo organization in NJ that every condo building should be answering to?

Your first level of governance is your association's governing documents.There may be an organization in New Jersey that supports condominium associations.There appears to be a law in New Jersey th... Read More »