Community Association Law -- Pennsylvania

AGA attorneys take the field to support Make-A-Wish Foundation

Ansell Grimm & Aaron P.C. Community Association Practice Group attorneys Lysa Bergenfeld and Stacey Patterson teamed with Erika Berfumo from Certa Pro Painters, Valentine Valdman from Station Square, Ray Ambrosino and Brad Memoli from Garden State Securities, Caesar Mistretta from Hub International Insurance Brokers, and Bob Rogers and Dawn Ruggiero from First Service Residential at […]

Majority Rules or Rule by Super Majority? It Depends…

In the latest issue of Association Help Now, David Bryne, managing partner of Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice Group addresses the tricky question of vote counting when it comes to issues affecting the declarations and bylaws of homeowner’s associations. “In New Jersey, the general rule is the amendment percentage is set by the […]

Wiechnik to Share Construction Defect Litigation Expertise

Mark M. Wiechnik, a partner in Ansell Grimm & Aaron, P.C.’s community association practice group, will be a featured speaker at the National Business Institute’s May 3 seminar on Construction Defect Litigation at the Holiday Inn, Princeton, 100 Independence Way. Mr. Wiechnik will be speaking about what is covered and what is not covered by […]

Visit AGA CAP Group at the CAI 2016 Annual Conference and Expo

AGA’s Community Association Practice Group Attorneys David J. Byrne, Richard B. Linderman, Mark M. Wiechnik, and Nicole D. Miller will be exhibiting at the Community Associations Institute 2016 Annual Conference and Expo . The Expo will take place on Thursday, April 14 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Grand Hall, 12th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Expo provides learning […]

AGA Attorney Richard B. Linderman responds to HOA Questions

AGA Community Association Practice Group Partner, Richard B. Linderman recently responded to a question about when boards can require a 100% member vote to amend or repeal a covenant from a Homeowner’s Association Board Member or Manager which was featured in the “National HOA Questions and Answers” Column of Pennsylvania Association Help Now Newspaper. Mr. Linderman noted […]

Association’s Receivership and Lease Still Valid After Sheriff’s Sale

In late 2012, our client, Vail Section Condominium, successfully moved to have an empty and abandoned unit placed into receivership. The condominium’s receiver, after having the abandoned unit repaired, made and executed a lease with a tenant. This tenancy (and the condominium’s enjoyment of rental receipts) continued on through 2015. During the course of this […]

Attorney Nicole D. Miller joins AGA’s CAP Group as it Celebrates its 1st Anniversary with the Firm

Nicole D. Miller has joined Ansell, Grimm & Aaron, PC’s (“AGA”) Community Association Practice Group. Ms. Miller concentrates her practice in the representation of condominiums and homeowners associations and will be working out of the Princeton office. She advises community association boards and property managers on matters including daily operations, drafting of contracts, the creation […]

Linderman educates CAI members on Fair Housing Act

On October 1, 2015,  Richard Linderman presented a program to several property managers and board members regarding the impact of the Fair Housing Act upon community associations.  The property managers were able to obtain educational credit through the Community Associations Institute’s Pennsylvania/Delaware Valley Chapter.  Mr. Linderman’s presentation focused on avoiding litigation and helping condominium boards […]

CAI mini trade trade show in Cherry Hill

Visit Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice Group at CAI’s upcoming New Jersey Mini Trade show on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 5 p.m. at the Holiday Inn in Cherry Hill. Managers and homeowners will have the opportunity to attend an educational session on critical issues to community associations. Managers will receive one hour […]