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August 1, 2017
The Maryland Court of Appeals recently ruled in the Elvaton Towne Condominium Regime II, Inc. v. Rose that before a Board can impose a suspension of privileges (like access to general common element parking or common element recreational amenities), the authority to suspend access to the common elements must be expressly stated in the recorded Declaration for a Condominium.
July 12, 2017
Rees Broome Community Association attorneys Pete Philbin, Todd Sinkins and Nicole Williams are featured in the July 2017 Edition of Quorum Magazine, the publication of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Chapter of the Community Associations Institue.
July 11, 2017
Changes to the Condominium Act, Property Owners Association Act and other laws in Virginia went into effect July 1, 2017. Please contact your lawyer and feel free to peruse Todd Sinkins and Kelly Zook’s article on this Rees Broome website under “The Law” with more information about the recent changes that may affect your community association and property. View Changes
June 24, 2017
Attorney Nicole Williams has been elected as Vice Chair of the Prince George’s County Commission on Common Ownership Communities.
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