Legal Assistance for Owners, Landlors, & Tenants
In New Jersey, all condominiums must comply with statutory requirements which are established by the State. These requirements, found in Section 46:8B-8, et seq. of the New Jersey Revised Statutes, provide the general ground rules for creating, governing, maintaining, and running condominium associations.
All condominium associations are required by law to have bylaws and a master deed which establish the rights, duties, and obligations between and among individual condominium unit owners. All associations are further required to appoint a governing board and hold meetings. There are numerous additional technical requirements and formalities which set the minimum legal standard to which the association must adhere.
If your condominium association is engaging in misconduct, failing to enforce the master deed and bylaws, or is engaged in self-dealing or other nefarious conduct through its president or board members, you, the unit owner, may have a legal claim against the association for damages.
This is because the condominium association itself owes a “fiduciary duty” to all individual unit owners. If that duty is breached, then, you, the unit owner, may have the ability to recover for harm sustained individually or derivatively on behalf of all affected unit owners.
Our Jersey City real estate litigation attorneys have experience evaluating condominium claim and issues and can help you take action to enforce your rights!
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