If residents are not happy with the homeowner’s association (HOA) or housing development, you may be subject to a lawsuit.
When residents move into a condo or housing development, they may have been asked to read and sign an elaborately worded document called the “Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions” (CC&Rs).
Generally, CC&Rs define what residents can and cannot do in and around their home. If residents violate these rules, they could potentially be sued by the HOA, forced to move out, or forced to conform.
However, the relationship between the HOA or housing development is not a one-way street for lawsuits. Just as they can potentially sue you, you can also sue them.
An HOA of a condo or housing development generally has the duty to represent the best interest of all tenants or homeowners in the association. But if the HOA fails to do its job, it could be targeted by a lawsuit. See how we can help your board against lawsuits – contact us today for more information on our legal services for condominiums and homeowners’ associations. The experienced HOA attorneys at Stevens & Goldwyn, PA can help protect your HOA.
Through a free, no-obligation consultation, you can discuss your legal concerns with a partner of our firm. We look forward to answering your questions and seeing how we can meet your legal needs.
Call 954-476-2680 or contact us online today.