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  • Raleigh Ordinance May Assist HOAs with Turnover of Private Water and Sewer Mains

    Raleigh City Ordinance 2017-665 was adopted and effective February 7, 2017. This ordinance helps provide acceptance of privately owned utility mains into the City of Raleigh public system.  In many cases, the operation and maintenance of the private mains are the responsibility of the homeowners’ association, whereas the responsibility for the quality of the water that flows through those mains remains with the City.  According to the Ordinance, many associations may not be Read more...

  • John Jordan Jr., founding member of Jordan Price, passes at age 95

    John Jordan Jr., founding member of Jordan Price, recently passed away after a long illness. He was 95.  In 1951, Mr. Jordan opened a one room office on Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh, that evolved over the years into the firm of Jordan Price Wall Gray Jones & Carlton, PLLC.  In addition to his law practice, Mr. Jordan participated actively in the political arena, serving in the State Senate for three regular sessions and one special Read more...

  • Hope Derby Carmichael Admitted to College of Community Association Lawyers

    Hope Derby Carmichael has been granted membership in the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL)—one of fewer than 150 attorneys nationwide to be admitted to the prestigious organization. Fellows of the College are among the most respected community association attorneys in the country.  CCAL was established in 1993 by Community Associations Institute, with membership consisting of attorneys who have distinguished themselves through contributions to the evolution and practice of community association law.  CCAL Read more...

  • Brian Edlin Selected as Fellow of American College of Real Estate Lawyers

    Brian Edlin was recently admitted as a Fellow to the American College of Real Estate Lawyers ("ACREL").  ACREL was founded in 1978 and is dedicated to promoting the high standards of professional and ethical responsibility in the practice of real estate law.  Admission to ACREL is by invitation only to those having practiced for 10 years in real estate law after considerable peer review by lawyers who are distinguished real estate practitioners.

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