Pennsylvania has experienced a boom of condominiums and single-family home-planned communities over the past 20 years. Along with these kinds of living come unique requirements to make certain that condo and homeowner associations are formed and managed properly.
Laws such as the Pennsylvania Uniform Planned Communities Act (UPCA) and Uniform Condominium Act (UCA) often interact with the associations’ internal governing documents (Declaration, Bylaws, and Rules/Regulations). The laws and Governing Documents control what associations and residents may and may not do as they seek to manage and live in the properties that are part of the associations. Sara has experience drafting the required documents, as well as helping property managers and boards follow the laws and Governing Documents.
Whether you need help forming a new association, require assistance updating or reviewing Governing Documents, ensuring proper and legal administration of the Association, or simply want to know if an action you plan on taking is legal, Sara is here to help.
In addition, if property managers or Board members inadvertently overlook, interpret or trample on the rights of owners, Sara is available to make certain that those rights are protected.
York and the surrounding areas have many condominiums and planned communities. A member of the Community Associations Institute and the Central Pennsylvania Regional Council, Sara has the experience to help you with any legal issues surrounding Pennsylvania HOAs or Condos. Feel free to contact Sara Austin today to find out how she can help you, your board, or your management company with any legal matters.