Skip to Content

Homeowner’s Association and Condominium Law

Knott Ebelini Hart currently represents a number of community associations, from newly-established to long-established and everything in between.  Our lawyers have experience working with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation and representing all types of community associations, such as:

  • homeowner associations
  • condominium associations
  • community development districts
  • recreation districts
  • cooperative associations
  • mobile home communities
  • not-for-profit corporations of all types

We advise communities from the residents’ and the developer’s perspectives, having served as associate counsel in both capacities on many occasions.  Our attorneys provide the following types of comprehensive legal services as association counsel:

  • creation of communities
  • turnover of control of such communities
  • ongoing general representation of communities before and after turnover of control
  • routine advice on such matters as meeting notices and procedures
  • budget requirements
  • rulemaking processes
  • covenant enforcement
  • handling architectural control disputes
  • litigation of disputes
  • alternative dispute resolution through arbitration and mediation

On behalf of resident-controlled associations, our attorneys have participated in most aspects of litigation arising out of the governing documents of community associations.

Contact Us