A Virginia lawyer's compilation of articles about legal issues involving condominiums, HOAs, timeshares and cooperatives.

 - A Virginia lawyer's compilation of articles about legal issues involving condominiums, HOAs, timeshares and cooperatives.

Florida – Associations should consider worker’s comp

Community Life: Associations should consider worker’s compQ: I read your blog of April 3, 2014 Volunteers Can Cause Involuntary Liability For Condos and HOAs. Having a background in insurance, I agree with you about the types of jobs that volunteers should never perform. However, I would point out that one layer of protection associations might consider is a workers’ compensation policy, on a minimum premium basis.

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Illinois – Ruling puts boards on notice over business conduct

Ruling puts boards on notice over business conductOn March 21, the Illinois Appellate Court filed an order in Palm v. 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Association (Palm II) that interprets the open meeting requirements of the Condominium Act and the authority of a condominium board to delegate in a manner that is, practically speaking, inconsistent with how most condominium boards operate.

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Virginia – Day care controversy sparks wider debate in Brandermill

Day care controversy sparks wider debate in BrandermillBan reconsidered in light of number of home businesses Posted: Friday, April 4, 2014 12:00 am | Posted in Chesterfield on Friday, April 4, 2014 12:00 am. Updated: 6:48 am. (%remaining%) Remaining Thanks for reading TimesDispatch.com. You may read a few more articles before you reach a limit of 20 every 30 days.

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Virginia – Beacon Hill update: Loudoun homeowners vote to buy shuttered, 330-acre golf course

Beacon Hill update: Loudoun homeowners vote to buy shuttered, 330-acre golf courseMembers of the Beacon Hill Homeowner’s Association have voted overwhelmingly to purchase the adjacent, privately-owned, shuttered Loudoun County golf course from its absentee owner. The Beacon Hill Board of Directors reports that of the 191 members voting on the question of whether to annex the 330-acre Golf Club of Virginia at Beacon Hill, 158 submitted a “yes” ballot, 31 voted “no” and two voted to abstain.

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New Jersey – Hoboken man back in court soon over condo association trying to kick him out of basement apartment

Hoboken man back in court soon over condo association trying to kick him out of basement apartmentBy MIKE D’ONOFRIO JOURNAL STAFF WRITER Tommy Moore has lived in a rent-controlled apartment in the basement of a multimillion-dollar condominium building in Hoboken for years, but he is now fighting to keep his home. Moore shares the $600-a-month apartment at 1000 Hudson St.

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