Community Association Law

The representation of homeowners associations requires an understanding of the rights and duties of these unique entities. Part landlord, part creditor, part non-profit corporation and quasi-governmental, and typically controlled by volunteers, homeowners associations, co-operatives and planned unit developments face a complicated scheme arising out of legislative, regulatory and common law. At Hollins Law, our community association attorneys recognize these difficulties, and devote themselves to provide the full attention these matters require.

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Practicing Partners:Kathleen Mary Kushi Carter, Tamara M. Heathcote