When it comes to condominium law, the difference between a repair and an improvement is actually a pretty important one. Here’s why.
Check out his case study involving NH condominium law.
We just love a good story. Don’t you? Here’s one that isn’t so pretty but turns out okay in the end.
When it comes to commercial real estate, having our team at your side is always the best path.
Unprecedented times lead to unprecedented questions. If you’re on the Board of an association and not sure what you can and can not do, we’re here to help.
The Law Firm of Feniger & Uliasz was recently called upon to test the New Hampshire foreclosure statute, RSA 479:26 in the case of Bank of New York Mellon, f/k/a The Bank of New York, as Trustee of the Certificate Holders of CWABS, Inc., Asset Backed Certificates Series 2007-5 v. Franklin Heights Condominium Association. The […]
This case began when a former Board of Directors member questioned the source of money used by the current Board to make repairs of the common area. The unit owner alleged that the Board had used reserves when it should have used common funds because the work performed was actually an improvement and not a […]
If you’re a management company, condo association, or board of directors, you need a team by your side that knows the ins and out of condominium law. Here’s why.