Services provided by the firm’s community association team include:
   • Business/Corporate Law

   • Contract drafting and negotiation
   • Association duties, policies and procedures
   • Association formation/reincorporation/dissolution
   • Bylaw rewrites and amendments
   • Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act issues


   • Declaration rewrites, amendments and interpretations
   • Drafting and negotiation of easements and licenses
   • Zoning issues
   • Acquisition/disposition of real property
   • Texas Uniform Condominium Act, Texas Condominium Act and the Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act issues
   • Lease drafting and negotiation


   • Covenant enforcement
   • Assessment collection and lien foreclosure (both judicial and non-judicial)
   • Contract disputes
   • Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act claims
   • Construction defect claims
   • Association/individual board member liability
   • Personal injury and property damage claims
   • Bankruptcy
   • Enforcement of developer duties and liabilities
   • Insurance bad-faith and coverage issues
   • Employment discrimination

   • FCC complaints
   • Fair Housing Act disputes
   • Telecommunications Act disputes


We prepare project documents with several objectives in mind including: “minimizing the risk of costly litigation;“ maximizing the flexibility of the developer to modify its development and building plan as the needs and circumstances of the project change; and tailoring governing documents to fit the particular characteristics and peculiarities of a given project.


   • Condominium creation/conversions
   • Document preparation
   • Purchase and sale agreements
   • Warranty deeds
   • Limited warranty certificates
   • Zoning and platting issues
   • Entity formation
   • Trademark protection


   • Document preparation
   • Zoning and platting issues
   • Entity formation
   • Trademark protection


   • Developer liability issues
   • Developer duties and procedures
   • Contract review and negotiation
   • Transition issues
   • Secondary mortgage market approval
   • Workouts
   • Zoning and platting issues
   • Litigation (state and federal courts)

      
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