Newburyport Condominium Association Attorneys
A condominium association is a complicated arrangement, and the board has numerous rights and obligations spelled out in the bylaws and Massachusetts law. These include collecting common area charges, holding meetings, proper record keeping and other matters.
Our lawyers assist in the interpretation of governing documents such as bylaws. Any contract is prone to multiple interpretations. A judge's interpretation is what truly matters, and we can advise you on the legal strength of any position or action you take.
Our attorneys can give you the peace of mind that you are doing things properly, and minimize future complications. We serve as counsel, and advocates in disputes. Is a unit owner responsible to pay for this? Sometimes your questions can be answered with just a phone call.
A major function of the board is to collect fees, and failing that, to place liens on condo units. The liens must be perfected and ultimately foreclosed in some cases.
Condo boards are constantly making decisions based on the board's and unit owners' rights and responsibilities. Trustees are often concerned that they may be personally liable, should a court find their actions improper. Whether your HOA is a condo trust, a community association or a homeowner association, our firm handles the prosecution or defense of disputes and litigation.
Newburyport Condominium Association Lawyers
Mark L. Janos is an established Massachusetts law firm offering knowledgeable and experienced attorneys dedicated to clients. We handle a broad spectrum of legal concerns, and enjoy long-lasting relationships with satisfied clients. You do not need to go into Boston for a firm well-prepared to serve your needs.
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