Click to view Henry Goodman, Esq.’s Q&A featured in the November 2013 edition of New England Condominium:Read More
One of the most common and debilitating issues for community associations is dealing with owners who fail to pay their condominium fees. Most associations have their own policies for dealing with assessment collections as it applies to late or otherwise recalcitrant unit owners. These policies, however, do not always comply with The Rhode Island Condominium Act, rendering them ultimately unenforceable. In my experience reviewing thousands of association ledgers over the years, I notice the same common errors being made. A few of those errors include improper calculation of interest, unenforceable fines, and selective enforcement.
How to address these issues is the subject of this article. Why is this so important? Because failure to correctly pursue a delinquency under the statute can expose the association to liability in an area that otherwise provides a lot of protection.Read More
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Click to view GSL’s article featured in the November 2013 edition of Condo Media Magazine:
- Common Errors in Assessment Collection: Exploring Issues with Interest, Fines, and Enforcement by Mary-Joy Howes, Esq.