Community Association General Counsel – National


Right of Redemption & HOA Foreclosure

Interpreting Nevada’s Right of Redemption:  Ownership During the Redemption Period Following an HOA Foreclosure. During the 78th legislative session, the Nevada Legislature amended the foreclosure provisions of NRS Chapter 116.  One of the many changes they enacted...

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FAA Regulations meet Drones for HOA’s

Do New FAA Regulations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Provide Relief to Associations that Encounter Intrusive Drone Use? I’m often asked by my common-interest community clients what they can do in relation to drones that are flown within their communities. At times, the...

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Nevada Legislature Affects That Quiet Title Lawsuit

Did the 2015 Nevada Legislature Affect That Quiet Title Lawsuit in Your HOA? Earlier this year (February 2015), we published an article in Community Interests which tried to predict how certain HOA issues might play out in the upcoming 2015 Nevada legislative...

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Mold Awareness

Mold Awareness The problems with mold have become so significant that September was declared National Indoor Mold Awareness Month by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). There are approximately 1,000 species of mold that can be found in the United States,...

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IMPORTANCE OF PROPER RESERVE STUDIES By Scott P. Kelsey, Esq. Partner At Angius & Terry LLP Pursuant to the Nevada Revised Statutes (“NRS”) Chapter 116 – Common-Interest Ownership (Uniform Act), Nevada homeowners associations are required to procure a study of their...

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When In Doubt, “BE REASONABLE!”

Every once in a while, it happens.  You’re sitting in a board meeting, an unexpected election issue comes up, a decision has to be made on the spot, the Association’s attorney can’t be reached, and the language in NRS Chapter 116 is as vague as assembly instructions...

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