Homeowners Associations and Community Associations
The popularity of condominiums, which are organized as Horizontal Property Regimes, townhomes, and other high density housing continues to increase. Most modern real estate development includes a set of covenants and restrictions designed to maintain consistent community standards of maintenance, upkeep and overall aesthetic appeal. The overriding purpose of the rules is to protect the property values of all property subject to the rules imposed.
The association is charged with the administration and enforcement of the rules for the overall good of the community and conflict with individual members is inevitable. Most associations also occasionally require legal services to assist in collection efforts in the event a property owner falls behind on assessment payments or becomes subject to foreclosure or other litigation concerning the property. We have extensive experience litigating commonly encountered issues and advising HOA’s and POA’s operating pursuant to covenants, restrictions and regime documents.
Consult with a Homeowners Association and Community Association Attorney
If you are in need of a South Carolina or North Carolina Homeowners or Community Association attorney, our legal team at Clawson and Staubes is available to assist you. Contact us at (843) 577-2026 to learn more about our services.