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My condo is sagging so much that a window company refuses to put in new windows. If my condo association condemns my unit, there are 3 other units attached, what will be my compensation, if any, and what happens to my equity.

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At our condo association we sometimes charge a fee for the events. how much money are we allowed to keep in our treasury to stay not for profit. We have a President, Vice President and Treasurer and hold monthly meeting. The events are only open to owners and tenants, not outside guests.

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Boards usually have one board member deal with the association attorney which usually is the President, When the board member goes to the attorney to have a lawsuit filed against an owner for enforcement of a violation that has not been corrected.

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Is condo association responsible if the rebar in the concrete curb stop impales my car when I back up?

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In MN if a timeshare bylaws states that their is a forever default proxy to the board of directors unless revoked, does the 515B statute for proxies to be good for 11 months and no longer than 3 years take precedence over these bylaws from 1982.

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Im in litigation with my HOA over water and mold damage to my unit. I want to sell my unit. I will have to sell my unit at a significantly reduced price. Will my lawsuit be able to continue after I sell? Also, when it changes hand would the association now have to repair the damage?

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My question is regarding the validity of a proxy based on the language in our Association’s Bylaws vs the WI State Statute. The Statute 703.15 4(d) states the following: Unit Owners May vote by proxy, but, the proxy is effective only for a maximum period of 180 days following its issuance

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Section 11.109.1 of Maryland Condo Act use phrase "employees and personnel." Is there a difference between employees and personnel? Would a non-employee (contracted) property manager be considered "personnel" for the purpose of holding closed meeting.

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I want to know why people are so ignorant that they abbreviate Homeowner's Association as HOA instead of the proper HA? Homeowner is one word not two.

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Homeowner is filing a harassment suit because the Board sent written notice of rule violations. The notices concerned 2 entirely different issues. Does this homeowner have a case? Has anyone heard of this being done? It seems ridiculous but strange things sometimes happen

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