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Got Compliance? If Not, Here are Some Best Practices on Handling Community Association Violations
As a volunteer community leader, you probably never pictured yourself acting as the "town sheriff". But community associations have governing documents which must be enforced, and someone mu...
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Thinking of Amending Your HOA Documents? Here’s How.
In a recent “Ask the Experts” webinar, Attorneys Hope Carmichael and Nute Thompson of Jordan Price, PLLC, discussed some best practices for board members to employ when it becomes necessar...
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What Community Associations Should do During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Content provided by James Slaughter of Black Slaughter & Black, PA. Original article appeared in The Washington Post and can be found here.How do you practice social distancing when you live commu...
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Things to Consider Before Renting in a Community Association
If you own a home in a homeowner's association or condominium owner's association and are thinking about renting it out, you probably know that there are several factors to consider before you...
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New Appellate Case: Is Your Architectural Process Fair and Reasonable? (Hint: It Better Be!)
In a decision issued today (December 17, 2019), the North Carolina Court of Appeals examined the authority of an association to review and deny submitted architectural plans. This is the second archit...
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When And How To Make Changes To Your Association's Governing Documents
At CAMS, we’ve seen through the years how positive — and necessary — change can be for homeowner’s associations (HOAs). Generally, we recommend every association do what we wou...
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What are Your Association's Holiday Decorating Guidelines?
As we enter into the fall and winter seasons, many of your friends and neighbors will soon begin decorating their homes for the holidays. Though the holiday season is intended to be a joyous time of f...
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HOA Meetings are for More Than Board Members
If you live in a community with a homeowner’s association (HOA), you no doubt have seen signs, received emails, or even had people knocking on your door to alert you about HOA meetings. There ar...
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Recent HOA Case a Good Reminder in North Carolina & South Carolina
At Black, Slaughter & Black we keep track of legal trends and recent case law that impacts our HOA and condo clients.  Although it is a case out of Virginia, the decision in Sainani v. Belmon...
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Who is Responsible for Repairs and Maintenance?
Homeowners often have differing views of their individual homeowner’s associations (HOA). One thing everyone can typically agree on is that one of the primary responsibilities of an HOA is to ma...

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