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ANGIUS & TERRY LLP
Specialized in community association law, including construction defect litigation, for more than a quarter century. With offices in Walnut Creek, Roseville, Manteca, Las Vegas, Palm Harbor and Sarasota. We serve community associations throughout California, Nevada and Florida. Community associations have placed their trust in ANGIUS & TERRY LLP to solve their legal problems for over 30 years. Through the years ANGIUS & TERRY LLP has had a single mission: To provide our clients with exceptional service and superior legal representation all built on the solid bedrock of long term relationships.
Construction DefectANGIUS & TERRY LLP has recovered in excess of $450 million dollars on behalf of homeowners and community associations. We strive to ensure that our construction defect claims are prosecuted in an aggressive, and yet cost efficient manner. ANGIUS & TERRY LLP will continue to work with our clients after the construction defect claims are concluded as a member of the “reconstruction team” to ensure that the money received from builders is spent wisely and the interests of our clients continue to be protected during the repair and reconstruction process.
ANGIUS & TERRY LLP works to become intimately familiar with the legal problems that confront our community association clients. We offer legal advice based on our considerable experience in community association matters, the law, practical considerations and just plain good judgment. ANGIUS & TERRY LLP has extensive experience in community association corporate matters, including:
- Drafting and amending CCRs, Bylaws, Rules, Policies, and other community association governing documents;
- Interpretation and enforcement of CCRs, Bylaws, Rules and Policies;
- Interpretation of relevant statutes, regulations and ordinances;
- Assessment collection and lien procedures;
- Architectural control committees and compliance;
- Contract review, analysis and drafting; and
- Claims by and against community association vendors, contractors and suppliers.
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...read more
REQUIREMENTS OF A DECLARANT WHEN SELLING HOMES IN A COMMON-INTEREST COMMUNITY CONTAINING CONVERTED BUILDINGS By: David M. Bray Nevada Revised Statute (“NRS”) Chapter 116 highlights the various prerequisites and requirements of a declarant-developer (“declarant”) prior...read more
Can Nevada HOAs Regulate the Location and Configuration of Solar Panels on a Residence? By Troy R. Dickerson, Esq. Angius & Terry LLP Throughout 2015, Nevada news outlets have been abuzz with stories related to the state’s recent rooftop solar energy boom and the...read more
NEVADA ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 125 THE “HOMEOWNER PROTECTIONS ACT OF 2015” THAT IRONICALLY PROTECTS HOME BUILDERS By Scott P. Kelsey, Esq. On February 24, 2015, sweeping changes to long-standing statutory law governing the prosecution of Nevada home builders for...read more
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...read more
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...read more
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