Establishing Fees & Assessments – NJ HOA & Community Law
In planned real estate communities and condominiums, assessments and fees are necessary for a variety of reasons. They may cover everything from building and grounds maintenance to security.
At The Law Offices of Davis & Mendelson, our HOA & Community lawyers represent developers, unit owners and community associations in all issues related to assessments and fees, from establishing them to disputes involving them.
We understand condo assessments, homeowners association fees (HOA fees) and more.
Establishing Assessments and Fees
In the early stages of the life of a condominium or planned community, fees and assessments need to be established. They need to be fair, but they also need to cover all of the services that are being provided to unit owners.
Our HOA attorneys can assist with everything from determining how much the fees and assessments should be to setting up collection policies.
Disputes Involving Assessments and Fees
In a condo or a planned community, disputes over fees and assessments can arise for a variety of reasons. A conflict may arise simply because a unit owner has neglected to pay. Sometimes, unit owners don’t pay because of concerns regarding the services being provided.
No matter what issue is at the heart of a dispute, our law firm is dedicated to finding a solution… the right solution.