Our condominium law attorneys assist developers, homeowners’ associations and boards, property managers, and homeowners with all aspects of common interest community and association creation, governance, and dispute resolution in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Condominium creation and development requires exceptional knowledge in common interest community, nonprofit, and environmental and zoning law. Our lawyers have decades of experience assisting developers with all phases of creating a new condominium. From drafting declarations and bylaws, and incorporating homeowners’ associations, to construction contracting, project financing and environmental and zoning permitting, our lawyers provide a complete spectrum legal services to real estate developers.
Homeowners’ associations are regularly faced with a variety of questions regarding association governance and management. Our lawyers provide association boards and property managers with guidance on the following types of issues:
- Compliance with notice and voting requirements for regular and special association and board meetings
- Resale certificates
- Contract drafting and negotiations for services, labor, material, and equipment
- Collection of association dues and assessments, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act compliance, and foreclosure actions
- Bylaws amendments and rules and regulations enactment
- Rental management
Should a conflict arise, our condominium law attorneys deploy the knowledge and skill of our civil litigators to assist clients on all manner of issues and disputes, including: