Tag Archives: contracting

California – Automatic renewal can perpetuate a management problem

Automatic renewal can perpetuate a management problemQuestion: I’m on the board of our homeowners association and was shocked when our management company’s contract was supposed to terminate, but they stayed on! We wanted to get rid of them but learned too late that the company had what is called an “automatic renewal” clause.

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New York – Onetti v Gatsby Condominium (2013 NY Slip Op 07568)

Onetti v Gatsby CondominiumDecided on November 14, 2013Tom, J.P., Mazzarelli, Freedman, Richter, Feinman, JJ. 11069- 11070-450493/12 11071 [*1]Fabian A. Onetti, et al., Plaintiffs-Respondents-Appellants, v The Gatsby Condominium, et al., Defendants-Appellants-Respondents, Intell 65 East 96, LLC, Defendant-Respondent, Omer Realty, LLC, et al., Defendants. Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, White Plains (Joseph A.H.

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Virginia – FCC: OpenBand’s exclusive easement agreement forbidden by law

FCC: OpenBand’s exclusive easement agreement forbidden by law | LoudounTimes.comThe Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday issued a brief in response to a federal lawsuit filed by a Lansdowne homeowners association against telecommunications firm OpenBand, saying the company’s exclusive easement agreement with the community is forbidden by law. OpenBand, the brief says, satisfies the definition of an Open Video Systems operator and is subject to the FCC’s Exclusivity Order.

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Florida – Renegotiating contracts after developer turnover

Renegotiating contracts after developer turnoverQ:I am on the board of a condo association that recently took over from the developer. One of our early initiatives was to notify all the association’s contract vendors of our intent to cancel the old contracts signed by the developer and to negotiate new contracts under the new board.

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Florida – Boynton Beach mistake leaves condo with $443,000 water bill

Boynton Beach mistake leaves condo with $443,000 water billThe original contract signed by Steve Jobs and others, which created Apple in 19… The original contract signed by Steve Jobs and others, which created Apple in 1976, sold at auction for a higher than expected price of almost $1.6 million including fees. Rough cut. No reporter narration.