Court Upholds Association Revocation of Parking Privileges (NJ)

A New Jersey trial court has upheld the suspension of parking privileges against a delinquent condominium owner. In this case, the condominium association adopted a Resolution – based on authority from the governing documents – that revoked parking privileges for habitually delinquent unit owners. The unit owner involved failed to pay his common expense fees and had accrued a substantial balance. After notice and an offer of alternative dispute resolution, which was rejected by the unit owner, the Association revoked his parking privileges. The unit owner, a lawyer, sought temporary restraints and a permanent injunction to prevent the Association from revoking his parking privileges.       Read the article……………….


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