Community Association Law

Our firm regularly represents condominium and homeowners’ associations in North Carolina, as well as the individuals that live in them.

Our lawyers have represented associations or their residents before the appellate courts in North Carolina in cases of great import to this area of the law.

Our services in this area included drafting and amendment of covenants, bylaws and other governing documents, collection of assessments and fines, filing and foreclosing upon assessment liens, architectural enforcement disputes, disputes with developers, builders, and building product manufacturers, and advising boards of directors, property managers, and residents on all aspects of operations of these associations.

We have experience with both self-managed associations as well as property management companies.  Our team of lawyers in this practice group have diverse skills, speak frequently on the subject at seminars, and are experienced in guiding communities or their residents through legal transactions and various disputes that arise regularly in operation of these communities.

Our Attorneys Who Focus in this Area:

Jeffrey P. Keeter • Christopher K. Behm • Harrison B. Freedland


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