Pending N.J. Bill Could Affect Brick Homeowner Associations’ Governance

Local officials have pledged to fight a bill pending in the New Jersey legislature that would lead to a state agency becoming more involved with the governance of homeowners association. If enacted, the effort would affect complexes ranging from senior citizen communities to large-scale condominium developments such as Maple Leaf Park.     Read the article……..


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