Is the Home Owners Association or the owner responsible to pay for laying of telephone cables to houses in a complex which is own title and not sectional title?

Answer Your issue may be a local municipality issue, and one not necessarily based in the laws governing common interest community ownership. Read your governing documents to find how this issue is addres... Read More »

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Is a home owners association responsible for electrical cables?

Read your governing documents to determine who owns the subject electrical cables. Your local electric supplier may also have documents you need to review to determine ownership. There is no standa... Read More »

If common areas in a housing community are still owned by title by the developer never titled to the Home Owners Association who is responsible for the upkeep and liability of those common areas?

This is not a legal answer; your answerer is not an attorney.If the association can verify that title remains in the developer's name, the association may be able to recover costs it has expended t... Read More »

Can someone be on the board of the home-owners association if they do NOT even live in the complex?

Generally board members own units. Rarely, especially during the early years of an association, the developer may include board members who are not owners or residents. Read your governing document... Read More »

If the Home Owners Association for a condominium community hires a roofer to make repairs to the common area and there is damage to a unit owners personal property who is responsible for the damages?

It all depends.Depending on the insurance policy you carry on your personal property, and depending on the insurance carried by the association and the insurance carried by the roofer, there would ... Read More »