How do you change the legal description on a condo unit?

Answer Changing the legal description of a condominium unit would usually be required if an owner purchased an adjacent unit and chose to remodel the units so that this condominium unit is now larger than... 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 »

You pay your rent to a property management company for a condo unit but the owner is being foreclose on is this legal?

As a tenant, your situation is determined by the written agreements that the owner has with the management company, with the association and its association manager, and with a lender, if any. It ... Read More »

Is the owner of a condo unit responsible for water damages from a leak in his unit to a unit below?

Only if the owner above was negligent somehow. A pipe simply bursting suddenly and without warning would not trigger any liability of the unitowner. However, if the unitowner above was filling his... Read More »

Your condo association told a potential buyer of your unit he would be denied occupancy by the board as he is a convicted felon Is this legal?

Discrimination against 'felons' is a tender subject. There is no uniform answer. In some states, felons who have served their terms may not receive student loans, may not vote, may not receive wel... Read More »