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New Hampshire pet problems at condo complex

I live in a 114 condo complex, each building housing 8 owners/tenants in New Hampshire. I am an owner. Per bylaws have walked my dog on leash at all times. "Tenant" (owner is sister living out of country) keeps cat out all time (against bylaws) which causes my dog to pull me with sciatica.Reported to Prop Mgr and very responsive as had numerous complaints from others re:cat outside. Upon Prop Mgr talking with "tenant and cat outside", owner did comply with keeping cat indoors but threatened Prop Mgr and HOA to contact attorney. Prop Mgr assured me I would not be implicated, but how can this tenant do this? Per Pet policies all domesticated dogs and cats have to be on leash or kept indoors.I have sciatica and having PT and am able to walk my dog, however, said cat being on our back stoop as were leaving condo caused my dog to pull and increased my sciatica. Can tenant threaten, Prop Mgt./Board/ or me with a lawsuit? I am not the one violating the by-laws.

What happens in a sheriff's sale of property?

My HOA is obtaining a sheriff sale on my condo. I am current on my loan. I owe $100,000 on mortgage and $20,000 for HOA, attorney, court fees. Who pays the mortgage off?  New Hampshire

Who should pay for broken sprinkler?

If a sprinkler pipe breaks in a condo, and is common property, who is responsible for the damage that is caused? The association, or the unit owner?

What can be done about legal fees over towing dispute?

I own a condo unit in a condo/townhouse community. Last winter my car was towed for failure to move it after a snow storm during cleanup.

The property rules are such that they plow at 2", and again when the storm is complete. This particular storm we had less than 2 inches of snow.


NH owner's neighbors did roof, now want reimbursement

I own half of a house that has been split up the middle into two townhouse condos.

The other side was sold this year, and the new owners decided to get the roof done. I did not know when the roof was getting done, who was doing the roof and never saw an estimate until there was a dumpster on my front lawn, and the roof was being done.


NH owner needs advice on renters not picking up after dogs

I am hoping you can help us out here in New Hampshire. We live in a lovely well maintained condo complex with swimming pool and tennis court.


Legal for NH for bank to make HOA enter a 30 year maintenance program?

I am a contractor bidding a job against a larger company.


New Hampshire owner being fined for not returning signed receipt

Is it legal for the board and management company to fine me $25.00?

Supposedly, they sent all unit owners a certified letter for post office p/u and to sign re: drying vent company to inspect all vents.


Nashua NH owner wants a driveway extension over common area

We have a homeowner who is requesting a driveway extension up along his unit (side). (We are 34 separate units).


Condo owner's window sills need replacement. Is it common property?

I live in New Hampshire in 8 unit condo bldg of a condo community of 144 condo units. All are under the same B.O.D and property management company. In my condo, first floor, I have rotted out window sills. I contacted property mgmt company who sent out an employee to look at sills. 1.) Employee confirmed sills rotted out, (just looking at them outside) and mgmt would replace them at no charge. 2.) Employee also mentioned sills rotted out so badly the wall below them is basically rotted out to the bottom structure. Employee said that part is my responsibility to fix and pay for. My question is since it was caused by outside elements through the sills, wouldn't that be considered "outside my condo" By-laws due state "sills are responsibility of property mgmt company to replace and pay for". Nothing said in by-laws eg: this particular issue, but since it is outside like roof or gutters, etc fixed by property mgmt company, wouldn't this be applicable as well?  New Hampshire


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