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When Your Neighbors Don’t Pay Their Monthly Dues

  • By: Stephen Lasser, Habitat Magazine
  • Published: November 24, 2017

There are several revisions that can be made to condominium bylaws to improve the collection of common charges and make the corporate governance of the building more efficient.

The Real Property Law requires that common charges should be based on a unit-owner’s percentage of common interest, with certain exceptions for insurance and utilities. So most condominium bylaw provisions pertaining to common charges are similar in content and leave room for improvement. Download PDF

About the Author Stephen M. Lasser is the managing partner of Lasser Law Group. He has
focused his practice on real estate as both a litigator and a transactional
attorney for approximately 20 years. Read More