CAI Rebuts Misleading Opposition Arguments to Senate Bill 1282
CAI’s Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee (PA LAC) has been supporting legislation (Senate Bill 1282 / House Bill 1101) which would clarify the manner in which county Recorders of Deeds may assess fees regarding the amendment of declarations for condominiums, cooperatives or planned communities. The legislation prohibits the fairly recent practice of charging a “per parcel” recording fee against each unit in a common interest ownership community which has caused these transactions to skyrocket to unaffordable levels for the nearly 2.8 million Pennsylvanians living in condominiums and homeowner associations. Read the article…………..
Recently, in Montreaux at Deerwood Lake Condominium Ass’n, Inc. v. Citibank, N.A., _ So. 3d _, 2014 WL 7183213 (Fla.
HOA Must Accept Partial Payment To Cure Delinquent Assessments Used For Judicial Foreclosure Of Delinquent Assessment Liens, With No Ability To Apply To Other Charges Like Attorney’s Fees And Costs
Huntington Cont’l Town House Assn. v. JM Trust, 2014 Cal.App. LEXIS 41 (Orange County Superior Court Appellate Division) (Jan. 13,
Part 2 on Virginia’s Unauthorized Practice of Law Rules and Community Associations – What is considered the unauthorized practice of law?
Virginia has only one UPL opinion that pertains specifically to HOAs. UPL Opinion 139 addresses “whether a company providing management