David J. Byrne

September 2022 Newsletter

Klein Helping Clients with Property Sales and Acquisitions Across the State Jason S. Klein, Esq. (a) assisted a client in the acquisition of a 200-plus unit multifamily complex located in Morris County, through a membership interest purchase, which also included assistance with financing from a large regional bank and multiple 1031 exchanges; (b) assisted a […]

David J. Byrne to Present at CAI Webinar on April 20

David J. Byrne Esq., Chair of Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Law Group, will be a featured presenter at the Community Associations Institute of New Jersey’s Wednesday, April 20th, Webinar. The one-hour webinars focus on important issues affecting the rights, operations, and business of common interest communities.  Mr. Byrne’s presentation, on April 20th, will […]

Come see us at the CAI Expo on Oct. 21

AGA’s Community Association Practice Group will be exhibiting at the New Jersey Community Associations 2021 Annual Conference & Expo on October 21st, 2021. The 2021 CAI Conference & Expo will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Event Center @ iPlay America located at 110 Schanck Road, Freehold, NJ. CAI’s Annual Conference & […]

Byrne set to speak at Webinar

David J. Byrne Esq., Chair of Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Law Group, will be a featured presenter at the Community Associations Institute of New Jersey’s Wednesday, August 18th, Webinar.  CAI’s Webinar one-hour Webinar will begin at noon. Mr. Byrne’s presentation will focus on the rights of, and strategies available to, community associations facing […]

Radburn Regulations bring new rules for Board Meetings & Minutes

In 2017, New Jersey’s legislature amended New Jersey’s Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act, commonly known as PREDFDA. These amendments have been labeled the “Radburn Amendments”. PREDFDA has always been administered by parts of New Jersey’s Department of Community Affairs (“DCA”). To that end, DCA has adopted regulations it claims are necessary to “implement” […]

New Rules for Notification of Board Meetings Under Radburn

In 2017, New Jersey’s legislature amended New Jersey’s Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act, commonly known as PREDFDA. These amendments have been labeled the “Radburn Amendments”. PREDFDA has always been administered by parts of New Jersey’s Department of Community Affairs (“DCA”). To that end, DCA has adopted regulations it claims are necessary to “implement” […]

Important Information About the New Radburn Regulations & Elections For Associations Consisting of Less than 50 Units

In 2017, New Jersey’s legislature amended New Jersey’s Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act, commonly known as PREDFDA. These amendments have been labeled the “Radburn Amendments”. PREDFDA has always been administered by parts of New Jersey’s Department of Community Affairs (“DCA”). To that end, DCA has adopted regulations it claims are necessary to “implement” […]

Brief Discussion Re: Radburn Regulations, Elections & Associations Consisting of 50+ Units

In 2017, New Jersey’s legislature amended New Jersey’s Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act, commonly known as PREDFDA.  These amendments have been labeled the “Radburn Amendments”.  PREDFDA has always been administered by parts of New Jersey’s Department of Community Affairs (“DCA”).  To that end, DCA has adopted regulations it claims are necessary to “implement” […]

David Byrne speaks with AssociationHelpNow

David Byrne, partner in the Ansell, Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice Group spoke with Raymond Dickey from AssociationHelpNow in this informational video: Coronavirus Information For Boards & Managers: Environmental, Risk Management and Legal Perspectives.

Community Association Law Group Presents 2020 Managers Worshop

Join us on February 7th at the 2020 Managers Workshop! Take a deep dive into the first 30 years in the life of an association. Where: Bridgewater Marriott, 700 Commons Way, Bridgewater, NJ 08807 When:  Friday, February 7, 2020 Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.