Oral Arguments re: Massachusetts Priority Lien

On January 7, 2015, Thomas O. Moriarty of Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks, P.C. argued before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in the case of Drummer Boy Homes v Britton. At issue on the case is the vitality and extent of the “rolling lien” in Massachusetts. Specifically at issue is whether the Massachusetts Condominium Act permits a Condominium Association to obtain a priority lien for successive six month periods. The oral arguments were televised and can be viewed on the following link. A decision is expected on the issue in the coming months.   View the oral arguments


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