The bill includes common interest community associations as “creditors” and/or “debt collectors” and would restrict their ability to collect overdue assessments, including filing liens, filing money judgment complaints, and executing on judgments.
In accordance with our mission and role on behalf of all who live and work in common interest communities in New Jersey, your CAI NJ-LAC has been monitoring the regulative and legislative activity coming from Trenton in response to the COVID-19 pande
CAI has been asked by State Representative Rosemary Brown to communicate a statement expressing the Representative’s views on certain ways community associations in the Poconos may help to mitigate and control the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Agency clarifies whether internet certificates are valid and the types of animals that can provide emotional support
Last month, the CAI Board of Trustees adopted a new public policy that recognizes and supports the rights of residential community associations to regulate and adopt rules pertaining to pets and assistance animals.
Learn more about SB 802 and HB 1892, collectively the Data Transparency Acts, and why their passage is critical for condominium and community associations throughout Pennsylvania.
Without a last minute amendment from CAI, the funding and maintenance of private roads within a community association in Pennsylvania would have been turned upside down.
CAI's New Jersey Regional Council (NJRC) and New Jersey Legislative Action Committee (NJ LAC) were pleased to host its annual Legal & Legislative Update at PJ Whelihan's in Cherry Hill, NJ on Wednesday, September 11.
A record number of chapter members traveled to the state capitol on April 9, 2019 to advocate for community associations.
The New Jersey Legislature passed legislation that will enhance the lien priority for condominium associations and, for the first time, give the same lien priority to homeowners associations.