Property Association Law
in South Jersey
Community Association & Business Law in Atlantic City & Southern NJ
Community Association Law
As community association living continues to grow in New Jersey, so does the need for legal advice. Eric D. Mann is well-known for his expertise in community association law. He focuses his practice on providing legal services for townhome, condominium and other common-interest ownership communities and community associations throughout Southern New Jersey.
Association Legal Services
When your association encounters a dispute that you need outside help to resolve, put our firm in your corner. As a seasoned practitioner, Eric Mann has successfully represented associations in thousands of civil matters. A skilled negotiator, he has also saved clients time and money through alternative dispute resolution processes including arbitration and mediation. He has the experience, knowledge and skill to protect your interests and help you get back on track. These services include, by way of example but not limitation, collection of assessments, review and drafting of contracts, preparation of association board resolutions, drafting amendments to governing documents, prosecuting and defending claims involving association, guiding boards in day-to-day policy and decision making, dealing with developer and transition issues, handing disputes between owners and the association, assisting with the creation and implementation of association policy, rules and regulations, preparation and filing of liens, all phases of litigation and enforcement of association rules, regulations and covenants, appearances before court and administrative bodies and agencies as well as working closely with managing entities to ensure legal compliance and adherence to statutory and regulatory laws and regulations.
We offer complete and comprehensive legal services for all aspects of community association law:
- Developer/Sponsor issues
- Foreclosure practice
- Contract actions
- Resolution preparation
- Contract drafting and review
- All phases of litigation and enforcement of community association rules and regulations
- Opinions and interpretations of rules and regulations and governing documents
- Appearance before administrative agencies
- Land use and zoning problems
- Insurance negotiation and defense
- All phases of homeowner association representation
Fee arrangements may be made on a case-by-case basis with each community association. Some have shown a preference towards a retainer, others have shown preference with an hourly rate and in some instances, a combination of the two are appropriate.
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207 S. Main St. Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 (By Appointment Only)
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