News, Events, & Publications

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Publications

Community Matters – Fall 2017 Edition

The Fall 2017 edition features an article about important new bankruptcy rules, forms and deadlines (by Daniel Melchi), an article discussing the practical approach to enforcing covenant violations (by John Lueder), and an article on a bankruptcy's effect on covenant enforcement and collection efforts (by Andrew Grattan). Community Matters is published on our website on a quarterly basis, and if you would like hard copies, we can make those available for you as well.  Thank you! Download...

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Community Matters – Summer 2017 Edition

The Summer 2017 edition features an article about community association reserve studies (by David Boy), an article discussing collection in the aftermath of a bank foreclosure (by Christine Lee), and a discussion on the benefits of good record keeping (by Elina Brim). Community Matters is published on our website on a quarterly basis, and if you would like hard copies, we can make those available for you as well.  Thank you! Download Community...

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Community Matters – Spring 2017 Edition

The Spring 2017 edition features an article about challenges to garnishments (by Brandon Wagner), an article discussing liability for assessments that were owed by a previous owner (by Stephen Finamore), and a summary of how Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC did in the 6th Annual Legal Food Frenzy (by Cynthia Hodge).  See a full write-up on the results here! Community Matters is published on our website on a quarterly basis, and if you would like hard copies, we can make those available for...

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Community Matters – Winter 2017 Edition

The Winter 2017 edition features a review of the bankruptcy “automatic stay” statute and its application in community association scenarios (by Daniel Melchi), an article discussing important considerations for adopting amendments (by Brendan Hunter), and an article discussing how the “Under 18 Needing Adult Supervision” pool rule presents legal concerns (by Haley Bourret). Community Matters is published on our website on a quarterly basis, and if you would like hard copies, we can...

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Community Matters – Fall 2016 Edition

Lueder, Larkin & Hunter’s community association newsletter Community Matters is now available for download online. The Fall 2016 edition features an article regarding HUD's new Fair Housing rule and its implication for community associations (By Cindy Hodge), an article about the effectiveness of settlement agreements in collection matters (by Mark Edwards), and a discussion of the Mountainbrook case and its how it will affect late charges and interest for certain community associations...

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