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Virginia – Steven F. Tvardek v. Powhatan Village Homeowners Association, Inc.

 

Tvardek v. Powhatan Village HOA

On February 12, 2016, the Virginia Supreme Court overturned a decision from the Circuit Court for the City of Williamsburg and James City County determining the one-year statute of limitations provided in Section 55-515.1 E of the Virginia Property Owners’ Association Act (“Act”) runs only from the date an amendment is “effective.”

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Ontario – My neighbours’ feet are bigger than mine — but I pay more

Condo Culture: My neighbours’ feet are bigger than mine – but I pay moreQ I have discovered that there is an error in our condo declaration regarding the size of our units. Since our condominium fees are based on the size of each individual unit, I would like to know if this error could be corrected, as my monthly condo fee should be lower.

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Florida – What is the vote needed to change community’s documents?

Mark Adamczyk: What is the vote needed to change community’s documents?Editor’s note: Responding to questions about Florida community law, this is a series of columns by attorneys at Goede & Adamczyk, PLLC a full-service law firm with a focus on condominium and homeowner association law, real estate law, litigation, estate planning and business law.

Florida – Attorney is necessary to update condo association documents

Attorney is necessary to update condo association documentsQ: Our condominium association president frequently deflects questions about updating our condominium documents by telling owners that it is a difficult process and expensive to have the attorney do the work. Can you explain the process for changing our documents and whether it requires an attorney to complete the task.