Condominiums, Residential Associations and Community Organizations

Pullman & Comley’s attorneys serve condominiums, cooperative corporations, common interest ownership associations, neighborhood and community groups as well as developers of residential, industrial and mixed-use communities.  Several of our attorneys have served on homeowners boards and commissions, and we are very familiar with the legal needs and operations of these organizations.  We provide clients with the advice and tools they need to conform to the law and thrive as crucial subdivisions of society in all areas, including:

  • Financing for community associations, secured by income or real estate
  • Revenue collections, special legislation, utilities issues, environmental cleanups and brownfields redevelopment
  • Writing, revising, and enforcing declarations, bylaws, rules, regulations and contracts with vendors and managers
  • Jurisdictional powers as well as formation, management, consolidation and dissolution issues
  • Litigation, arbitration, condemnation, civil rights, labor relations and employment, and disputes with members, residents, and third parties
  • Contracting, insurance coverage, computer technologies, zoning and land use, construction and governmental investigations
  • Affordable housing, open space, watercourses and riparian rights
  • Transactions involving revival, sale or exercise of development rights