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…………..


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