Community Association Law
We currently represent community associations, including property owners associations, condominium associations including a substantial number of high rise condominiums, commercial associations and some of the largest master-planned communities in Texas.
Our Community Association Law practice group can assist with developer representation from the initial land purchase to establishing restrictive covenants and working with the community association with all their needs, including:
- Providing legal opinion letters
- Revising governing documents
- Deed restriction enforcement
- Assessment collection, including foreclosure when necessary
- Establishing policies
- Providing legislative updates
- Contract review, drafting and negotiation
- Termination of condominiums
This dedicated team also represents clients within the community-association industry in related practice areas including:
- Real estate acquisition, development and sale
- Lending transactions
- Contract negotiation and drafting
- Developer representation
- Employment law
Our community association team consists of attorneys who are recognized as experienced practitioners in their field. Led by Marc Markel, Board Certified in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law and Property Owners Association Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and Brady Ortego, Board Certified in Property Owners Association Law and Residential Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. We offer clients a high level of service they can rely on for the long term to stay up-to-date on developments in the field and provide specialized training for our staff.
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