Maryland Condo Held In Contempt For Failing To Complete Court Ordered Repairs and Subjected To a Significant Money Judgment
The Circuit Court for Baltimore City has entered a significant money judgment against a condominium council of unit owners as a means of enforcing its prior order finding the condominium in contempt for failing to complete court ordered repairs. In a case in which I represented the unit owner, the Circuit Court had originally ordered the Harborview Condominium to undertake and complete, by the end of December 2013, certain specified repairs to the exterior common elements needed to make the building watertight. Read the article………….
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced today that it has charged a 1,144-unit Coney Island cooperative
The failure of the management of strata properties or strata corporations as they are referred to in the law, highlighted
Don’t Touch that Sidewalk! Doing Too Much Could Be as Problematic for Condo Associations as Doing Too Little
We regularly advise condominium boards to be wary of taking on obligations beyond those state laws or their association’s governing