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  • 2nd Edition of Common Interest Communities in NC Released

    The North Carolina Bar Association released the Second Edition of Common Interest Communities in North Carolina on Friday February 15, 2019.  The book follows on the First Edition which was published in 2013 by Brian S. Edlin.  In the 6 years since the First Edition of Common Interest Communities was published, there have been a number of changes in the law affecting planned communities and condominiums.  The Second Edition updates the law in Read more...

  • Jordan Price Lawyers Present At Homeowners Association Seminars

    Jordan Price HOA practice group presented seminars at the recent Community Associations Institute-NC Chapter Annual Law Day at NC State’s McKimmon Center.  Attorneys Hope Carmichael, Matt Waters, Brian Edlin, Henry Jones, and Weldon Jones presented on topics ranging from Declaration amendments; case law updates; and how HOAs might handle the growing issues with AirBnb and other short-term rentals.  The group from Jordan Price shared their knowledge and experience with the numerous Board members Read more...

  • Pro Bono Legal Assistance To Hurricane Victims

    In partnership with Disaster Legal Services of the NC Bar Association and Legal Aid NC, Jordan Price attorneys actively assisted, pro bono, a number of residents victimized and effected by Hurricane Florence.  Attorney Matt Waters, for example, has advised victims of the hurricane on various real property issues including landlord-tenant matters; disputes with contractors; and disputes with FEMA and other disaster recovery services. A similar Bar Association group effort following Hurricane Matthew won 2 Read more...

  • “Home Sharing” – is it a problem in your community?

    North Carolina has seen a surge of online “home sharing” in recent years.  Companies such as HomeAway, VRBO, and most notably, Airbnb, have faired remarkably well in a current business/political climate that mostly tolerates peer-to-peer rentals, home sharing, and the like.  While on its face, home sharing is touted as an industrious solution to overpriced, overcrowded hotels and resorts, communities throughout the state find themselves in an interesting position when confronted with enforcement Read more...

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