Condominium, Cooperative, & Homeowner Associations
The Attorneys at Lachman King frequently represent condominium, cooperative, and homeowner associations in a variety of matters such as planning, drafting, and amending master deeds, bylaws, restrictive covenants, and other formation documents. We also counsel associations through assessment and enforcement issues, and we coordinate association interests with local and state government bodies.
Our condominium and homeowner association law practice includes:
- Master deeds, bylaws and restrictive covenants: These contracts must be regularly updated to comply with changes in technology and in federal and state laws.
- Assessments and enforcement: Assessments help condominium, cooperative, and homeowners associations operate smoothly, preserve property values, protect the safety, health, and welfare of the community, and keep community aesthetics.
- Municipal interests: Compliance and agreement over municipal interests such as zoning, utilities, waste management, or riparian/littoral matters is essential to maintaining consistent operations within condominium, cooperative, and homeowners associations.
Creating and maintaining condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowners associations can be complex. Lachman King can assist with disputes, negotiations, or contracts necessary to keep order, remedy any issues, and secure the future of your community.
Contact Lachman King to learn more about our services and to schedule a consultation.