New Jersey Condominium and Homeowner Association Lawyer

Our firm is experienced in representing New Jersey condominium and homeowner associations and management companies in a wide variety of legal matters. We advise directors and managers on business and management issues, vendor and contractor concerns, covenant enforcement, bylaw and/or rules violations, delinquent assessment collections, and foreclosures.

Condominium and homeowner associations are small businesses made up of individual owners with both property rights and community obligations. The Law Offices of Andrew J. Naideck, LLC works to protect rights and enforce obligations of both owners and communities in accordance with local laws, regulations, and community concerns.

Our firm routinely provides the following services:
  • Resolving problems involving common expense assessments or maintenance issues, including building maintenance and landscaping.
  • Collection of unpaid maintenance fees
  • Offering legal advice during annual meetings or Board of Director meetings
  • Preparing and enforcing Association Bylaws and governing documents
  • Representing associations in contract preparation and negotiation with outside vendors, such as those involving Capital Improvements and maintenance
  • Complying with applicable Federal laws, such as the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the Fair Housing laws, the Housing for Older Persons Act of 1995, and the Employment Discrimination Laws, as well as similar state and local statutes and ordinances.
  • Assisting the Board of Directors on fiscal matters, such as budgeting, levying special assessments and establishing reserves.
  • Identifying repairs requiring board action and those requiring unit owner approval. Distinguishing common area repairs and those which are the responsibility of unit owners.
  • Reviewing loan documents and structuring commercial lines of credit.
Contact the Law Office of Andrew J. Naideck, LLC, today to discuss your legal concerns regarding your condominium and homeowners' association.