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Archive: 2015

Condo Reserves: How Much is Enough?

Posted November 25, 2015 in Community Association Law

As a condominium board, one of the most important duties entrusted to these elected positions is the proper management of funds derived from annual dues. Under the bylaws of your particular association, there likely exists a set of provisions allowing residents the opportunity to inspect the books and records upon reasonable request.

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NJ Supreme Court Holds Residential Contractor Liable for Consumer Fraud After Misrepresenting Qualifications & Experience

Posted September 29, 2015 in Community Association Law

Between Angie’s List, Craig’s List and the fact a Google search of “contractors in New Jersey” yields about 51.5 million results, it can be difficult for even the most diligent community association to make a decision on hiring a skilled team to perform renovations or improvements. For the most part, community associations are best-advised to rely on personal recommendations, word-of-mouth and intuition when hiring the best man for the job.

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Tips for Addressing the Emerging Drone Trend

Posted September 22, 2015 in Community Association Law

Believe it or not, it may soon come time for your community association to begin discussing the best ways to properly address and regulate the use of drones within the property by residents, guests and outsiders alike. As a bit of background, drones are currently permitted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) – without approval – if the aircraft weighs under 55 pounds, steers clear of heavily-populated areas (e.g., stadiums), and is to be used purely for non-commercial purposes. Larger or commercial drone use requires a permit from the FAA, which is only available in a limited set of circumstances. 

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