A word on Condo & HOA collection laws in New York. Kiritsis Law 212 922 0005
Based on a cursory look at our firm's case files, there seems to be a renewed explosion in litigation and legal controversies with regards to the aforementioned law area.
A quick word.Even if two cases may seem to be pretty identical from a superficial, stratospheric scope of view -- when one delves into the particularities, one can see that the proverbial devil is in the details. Oftentimes the internal affairs governance documents of HOAs and Condo boards alike, may serve to impair and/or facilitate possible collection efforts in this regard.
In depth legal analysis.In theory, the typical pre-Covid 19 legal collection scheme, concerning condos and HOAs (Home Ownership Associations) would appear to be largely intact and unhindered from any major substantive law changes brought on due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Practically, things may have changed in this area of the law, given the requirements of additional court conferences (usually virtual in nature) hurdles needed, in order to schedule foreclosure sales. Although, this may have been a quite unorthodox approach in many cases in the past, (pre-Covid 19 era), there are now more cases that appear to be better suited for litigation via small claims court venues.