How to Handle a Condo Association Dispute
Living as part of a condominium community has many upsides and downsides. Among the upsides is that the condominium association maintains common elements and limited common elements, which means that a condominium owner has less to maintain than the owner of a house. Among the downsides is that the condominium association has some control over how each condominium owner uses not only the common parts of the development but also the condominium units themselves. Disputes between condominium associations and unit owners inevitably arise at every condominium development. If you ever have a dispute with your condominium association, Bakalar & Associates can help.
Your relationship with your condominium association is governed by several legal documents that include a Master Deed, which created the condominium community and set certain guidelines for the use of the property and the relationship between the association and the unit owners, and By-Laws, which govern the operation of the condominium association. Those documents are quite complex and are best understood with the assistance of HOA Attorneys in Coral Springs. That complexity is one reason why it is in your best interest to consult Coral Springs FL condo dispute lawyers as soon as a dispute arises between you and your association.
Another reason you need Coral Springs FL condo dispute lawyers is that disputes with condominium associations can have serious consequences for unit owners. The governing documents may permit your association to fine you or to put on a lien on your property under some circumstances. If you violate the governing documents, your association may sue you to limit what you can do and force you to pay the association’s legal fees. If that happens, you need HOA Attorneys in Coral Springs.
When you have a dispute with your condominium association, the association will have a lawyer. To balance the scales, you need Bakalar & Associates.