Our Nevada Law Practice
ANGIUS & TERRY LLP
has over 25 years exclusive practice in common-interest community law, including construction defect claims, general corporate matters, and
delinquent assessment collections.
has obtained hundreds of millions of dollars in construction defect claims on behalf of its common-interest community clients.
has offices in Las Vegas and Reno serving common-interest communities throughout the state of Nevada
has an A-V rating from Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory, the highest rating given to attorneys throughout the country.
has maintained an active participation and sponsorship of Nevada Community Associations Institute (CAI), Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), and other trade organizations.
has extensive experience in community association corporate matters, including:
* drafting and amending CC&R's Bylaws, Rules, Policies, and other common-interest community governing documents;
* interpretation and enforcement of CC&R's, 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 common-interest community association vendors, contractors and suppliers.
In addition, we have considerable experience in successfully prosecuting construction defect claims for our Community Association clients. In this regard, we have raised hundreds of millions of dollars in Community Association construction defect lawsuits during the last decade. These lawsuits include two of the largest condominium association construction defect settlements in the history of Northern California and the only Community Association construction defect lawsuit that resulted in the demolition and rebuilding of an entire Community Association development.
Our objective is to use the knowledge gained during the litigation process to work with our Community Association clients and their management companies after the lawsuit is concluded. This will ensure that the reconstruction process satisfactorily addresses the Community Association's construction problems. Conclusion of a Community Association's lawsuit does not end our commitment to that Community Association.
We offer free initial consultations to Community Association Boards of Directors faced with potential construction defects. In many instances, there are alternatives which, when properly used, can resolve construction defect problems short of litigation.