Planned Community Legal Documents
In Pennsylvania, condominiums and planned communities are quite common. These types of communities are generally managed by boards or associations that are required to follow Pennsylvania condominium and homeowners’ association laws. In order to make certain your association is following the law, your organization should retain experienced attorneys who know what you can and cannot do and who will assist you when problems arise.
Hoffmeyer & Semmelman, L.L.C., offers representation of condominium and homeowners’ associations in Pennsylvania. Our attorneys prepare and/or analyze association declarations, bylaws, and rules and regulations. We also advise our clients on the interpretation and enforcement of such documents. When necessary, we attend association meetings and help resolve internal or external disputes. Contact us today.
Services Provided For Condominium And Homeowners’ Associations
As attorneys involved in condominium and homeowners association law, some of the common problems we see include:
- Improper drafting of bylaws
- Incorrect bylaw interpretation
- Improper initial formation
- Violation of bylaws by residents
- Internal disputes
- Assessment collections
- Covenant enforcement
Proper drafting, interpretation and implementation of bylaws can help avoid many problems. In addition, when a board or association receive proper legal advice, it finds itself on much firmer standing should a lawsuit occur. Our experience representing Pennsylvania condominium and homeowners’ associations enables us to help prevent and/or resolve many common problems board members are likely to experience.
Contact Us For Condo And Homeowners’ Association Legal Services
Our condominium and homeowners’ associations attorneys can help limit your liabilities and problems by drafting or reviewing your bylaws as well as educating you on the law. Contact Hoffmeyer & Semmelman, L.L.C., today at 717-846-8846 to schedule an appointment at our York, Shrewsbury or Mount Wolf offices.