Santander Condominium Association, Inc. v. AA Construction 1 Corp., N.J. Super. App. Div.

Respondent hired nonparty to repair the façade of a condominium building on its property; the non-party subsequently entered into a subcontract with appellant to perform the work. Upon termination of the contract, appellant sought a demand for the unpaid balance on its work performed. Appellant filed a construction lien against the property when its balance remained unpaid. Respondent remitted payment for work due to nonparty and demanded discharge of the lien. Appellant declined to discharge the lien and respondent initiated the underlying action seeking discharge of the lien and attorneys’ fees asserting that appellant failed to effectuate proper service.    Read the article…………………

Related Articles

Lawmakers pass bill limiting HOA control on solar (UT)

A bill that limits the ability of homeowners associations to regulate rooftop solar installations made it through the Utah Legislature

What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas, Unless it is a Discrimination Claim

Now that I have your attention, while this article may not be about gambling or wild parties on the strip

HOA dues lost because the property was taken by eminent domain are held not to be compensable under the takings clause

When a government took 14 units from a homeowners association by eminent domain, the remaining owners lost the dues and