GDB Law Practical Guides: For Condo & Co-op Managers08/17/2020
The attorneys in Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP's Cooperative, Condominium and Homeowners Association (HOA) Law practice advise owners and board members about a wide variety of management issues. Good governance and principled leadership are key to the sound management of condominiums, cooperatives and HOAs.
Selecting and working with a management company to run the day-to-day operations of the co-op, condo or HOA is one of the biggest responsibilities of the board. Regardless of whether a manager is hired directly by the development or is part of a professional management company, it is important for the board to have a good working relationship with management. In addition to managing the finances and making sure the building is kept in good repair, the manager is responsible for ensuring the co-op or condo meets all legal requirements.
A Practical Guide to Legal Issues for Condominium, Cooperative and HOA ManagersBelow are a collection of articles addressing some of the legal issues facing co-op or condo managers.
See also: GDB Law's Practical Guide to Legal Issues for board members and directors and for condo owners and coop shareholders.