Homeowner Association Law

Homeowner Association Law

Lewis Law currently represents a significant number of homeowner and condominium associations in Bloomington, Indiana. Whether you are a member of a Board of Directors or are responsible for managing an association, Lewis Law can help to ensure that your community is properly managed and abides by the Indiana state laws governing homeowner associations (“HOA”).

New community developments are often required to form a non-profit corporation chartered with maintaining common areas within the development. These entities are commonly known as Homeowner’s Associations or community associations. In addition to maintaining the common areas, associations are also responsible for managing the community’s finances and at the direction of the Board, enforce the guidelines in the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R). Collecting unpaid assessments, enforcing the association’s governing documents, handling disputes and dealing with contractors are just a few of the issues that Homeowner’s Associations face on a daily basis. Legal assistance can save the association money and headaches by improving efficiency and addressing situations before they escalate into expensive problems. Moreover, existing bylaws and CC&Rs need to be updated from time to time to keep up with the needs of the community and current law.

As your legal counsel, Lewis Law can help you to better understand the laws concerning Homeowner’s Associations, assist in resolving disputes, and provide other services including the following:

  • Development and enforcement of Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, CC&R’s and other governing documents
  • Counseling on interpretation of governing documents
  • Notification of CC&R violations and application of penalties

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