The law of condominia and property owners' associations
Designed as an important tool for developers, unit owners, attorneys, real estate agents, insurance agents/brokers, and management consultants, The Law of Condominia and Property Owners' Associations is also of interest to government officials and others involved with this area of the law. This single-volume resource, including appendixes, offers the reader applicable forms, details of important state statutes, and other useful how-to information. Chapter 1 delves into the history and legal development of condominia, while Chapter 2 describes the nature of property owners' associations. The "players" in this drama as well as the documents vital to their roles are delineated in Chapter 3 and 4. Details of the operation of the condominium association itself are found in Chapter 5, followed by rules and regulations for condominia in Chapter 6. Chapter 7 focuses on the role of the developer, with particular emphasis on his/her liabilities. Chapter 8 is reserved for the role of the federal government, and the final two chapters focus on the day-to-day problems of condominium operations, including such important issues as availability of municipal services, the licensing of managers, cable access, and tax districts. The eight appendixes provide valuable forms and other information of interest to the practitioner.
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