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  • Delaware Hides Embezzlement Plot for Over a Year June 4, 2024
    The State of Delaware hired Brittingham in February 2019. That summer, he was sentenced to two years in prison for stealing almost $43,000 from his homeowner’s association by writing checks to a company he owned, NEWAGE Management LLC, the news outlet reported.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Following board refusal to step down, Westminster residents continue fight (DE) April 18, 2024
    The Westminster Civic Association board ignored residents’ pleas during the association’s annual meeting Tuesday evening, dismissing a petition signed by some 80 households calling for the board members’ removal.  Westminster residents said the annual meeting was a packed house     Read the article…………………………….
  • Residents Seek Control Over Homeowners Association in Kent County (DE) April 11, 2024
    People living in The Greens at Wyoming housing development are fighting to take control of their homeowners association, with one neighbor taking the matter to court.  Gwendolyn Colston is spearheading the effort, expressing frustration over an alleged mismanagement of funds.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Pickleball causes racket at Cape Shores (DE) March 23, 2024
    One of Lewes’ core values is busy days and quiet nights. But, it is noise happening during the day that has led to a lawsuit against the Cape Shores community.  Dr. Michael Katz and his wife Patricia are suing their homeowner’s association and President Janice Erich claiming the racket generated from pickleball on their neighborhood courts is deafening.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Governors community makes gift to Children’s Beach House (DE) December 24, 2023
    Governors Condominium Association social committee representatives recently presented a check to Children’s Beach House to support its work with children who have speech and language delays.   Read the article……………………..

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Delaware Condo & HOA Articles

  • What is a DUCIOA?Resale Certificate and why do I?need it? (DE)
    The resale certificate is a document promulgated in response to a consumer protection law in Delaware known as the Delaware Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act (DUCIOA). The law’s purpose is to disclose vital information about, among other things, a community’s financial health, a potential resident’s financial obligation, the rules and regulations that govern its residents, and the issues that have been discussed at recent meetings.    Read the article………………………..
  • Addressing Complaints of Marijuana Smoke In Community Associations Following Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana Use In Delaware and Maryland
    As of April 23, 2023, and July 1, 2023, Delaware and Maryland, respectively, have legalized the personal use of marijuana. In light of the recent laws, common interest communities across these two states may soon (if not already), contemplate how to appropriately address an uptick in complaints related to marijuana smoke.    Read the article………………………..
  • 2023 Delaware Legislative Update
    Delaware has experienced some noteworthy legislative activity at both the county and state level. While new legislation has not been adopted in the current legislative session, below is a brief summary of the activity transpiring over the last few months that foreshadows what is coming in the future.   Read the article………………………..
  • Why do I need condo insurance when insurance is covered in HOA dues?
    As an insurance agent, I hear this question a lot. My reply is this: Yes, the condominium association has what they call a master condo policy that covers the interest of the condominium association, not the owner’s unit. What I mean by this is that the master policy does not cover the unit owners’ contents, or building additions and alterations that they may make to the inside of their unit, or the personal liability for what happens inside their unit and some types of loss assessments that may be assessed to the unit owners from the association.   Read the article………………………..
  • Delaware District Court Finds CGL Insurer Owes Condo Builder a Duty to Defend Faulty Workmanship Claims — Based on the Subcontractor Exception to the Your Work Exclusion
    On September 7, 2021, in one of the few decisions addressing the scope of coverage for faulty workmanship under Delaware law, the Delaware District Court denied an insurer’s motion seeking a declaration that it neither needed to defend nor indemnify an insured-builder under a commercial general liability policy.     Read the entire article……………………………….

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