Plaintiff Neighbor Suing For CC&R Violations In Replacement Dock Construction Gets $104k In Attorney’s Fees/Costs
Although finding the prevailing party issue to be closed, the prevailing party prevailed enough to garner $104,718.80 in attorney’s fees and additional costs in a neighborhood dispute involved in Hooker v. Rodgers, Case No. D065888 (4th Dist., Div. 1 June 16, 2015) (unpublished). Read the article………….
State Senator Tony Avella (D-Bayside) officially announced last week the inclusion of a tax-relief program for small homeowners, renters and
Good news for condo associations: A new law creates penalties for owners trying to pass their pets off as service
Today’s column continues our annual review of new laws affecting community associations, condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowners’ associations. This year was