Community Association Law

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 […]

Stacey Patterson a featured speaker for CAI of Hudson Valley at roundtable

On January 21, 2016, Stacey Patterson was a featured speaker at the Community Associations Institute of Hudson Valley’s Round Table Seminar in New Windsor NY. Ms. Patterson, among other Hudson Valley community association industry experts, answered questions from property managers, board members and owners. Participants were able to obtain continuing education credits for their attendance. […]

Byrne a featured speaker at Hudson Valley Roundtable

David J. Byrne, Esquire, Chair of the Ansell Grimm & Aaron Community Association Practice Group, will be among the industry experts available at the Community Associations Institute of Hudson Valley’s Round Table Seminar on Jan. 21. The roundtable, to be held at Homewood Suites at Newburgh-Stewart Airport, New Windsor NY, is an opportunity for community […]

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 discusses intersection of residential and commercial uses with NJ Cooperator

AGA Community Association Practice Group Partner, Richard B. Linderman recently spoke with the New Jersey Cooperator about the challenges facing mixed-use commercial and residential buildings. Mr. Linderman noted that associations, boards and managers need to take many factors into consideration in their relationship with commercial enterprises, and that the rules for businesses can vary significantly […]

AGA Attorney, Stacey R. Patterson shares her expertise in New York Times

AGA Community Association Practice Group Counsel, Stacey R. Patterson has again been asked by the New York Times to share her knowledge and experience with their readers. Much like commerce and entertainment, disputes with Co-Ops, Condominiums and Homeowner’s Associations are moving online. In the Sunday, November 8, 2015 edition of the New York Times, the […]

New Princeton Address for Ansell Grimm & Aaron, PC

On January 1, 2015 Ansell Grimm & Aaron, PC (“AGA”) expanded by opening its first office in Princeton, New Jersey in the prestigious Carnegie Center.  AGA is now making a permanent home in Carnegie Center, with its move of its Princeton office to 214 Carnegie Center, Suite 112, Princeton, New Jersey.  The new location is […]

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 […]