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Good news for Arizona property owners in HOA-governed communities

Owners of homes in Arizona HOA-governed communities have reason to celebrate two significant legal victories in 2022. First, Governor Doug Ducey recently signed a new

Who is responsible for Florida’s catastrophic condo apartment building collapse?

This post summarizes what we know now, considers how the collapse of Champlain Towers South might have been prevented, and opines on what lie ahead for owners and survivors.

Illinois: Condo settles dispute over $500 fine, pays owner $125,000

Concluding more than seven years of litigation, one of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile condo associations has agreed to pay a $125,000 settlement fee to one of its former owners.

Payback! After 6-year legal battle, Judge orders nonexistent HOA to pay homeowner $188K in legal fees

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities   It took more than 6 years, but Jonathan Friedrich can finally  close the book on his long legal

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