Category Archives: Community Association Law
Article on Planned Community Act Written by Brian Edlin Published in Real Property Section Newsletter for the North Carolina Bar Association
An article written by Brian Edlin was recently featured in the December 2008 publication of the Real Property Newsletter for the North Carolina Bar Association. The article traces the highlights of the past 10 years of North Carolina’s Planned Community Act, N.C.G.S. §47F-1-101 et seq. (“Act”) and reviews the legislative changes to the Act since its enactment in 1999. The article also discusses several of the important cases interpreting the Act over the past 10 years, Read more...
Court of Appeals overturns trial court ruling in favor of developer seeking collection of assessments from property owners
The Court of Appeals has overturned a judgment in favor of a Haywood County developer who sued property owners for collection of assessments. The plaintiff was a developer in the Lake Junaluska development and brought suit against certain individual lot owners within the Lake Junaluska development. Some of the defendant lot owners' deeds contained restrictive covenants which granted the developer the right to assess for certain service charges. When the defendants refused to Read more...