No Class Certification in Case Alleging Condominium Association and Management Company Charged Excessive Fees (NC)

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently decided a case involving several homeowners’ claims that their condominium association, through its management company, was charging excessively high fees and late charges that were not permitted by the condominium’s governing documents. We want to point out that these were simply allegations – the only part of this case that matters from a legal perspective is that the homeowners asked for class-action status, which was denied.   Read the article………….


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