Homeowner Association & Condominium Law
The growth of Nashville and the increase in subdivisions and condominiums in our great city has brought with it an increase in issues relating to the area of Homeowner Association and Condominium Law. At Ortale Kelley, our attorneys are on the forefront of this rapidly growing area of law. We provide legal services to Homeowner Associations and condominium owners involved in traditional legal issues such as assessment collection and covenant enforcement, however we also have experience in issues unique to this area of law, including the rise in short term rental properties.
Ortale Kelley Homeowner Association attorneys not only assist our clients in preparing and interpreting legal documents, but also represent Associations and condominium owners in matters as simple as association meetings or as complex as litigation. Whether you have a specific legal question that involves the rental of a condominium or a claim has been filed against you, our attorneys offer high quality representation and give sound legal advice that will be cost effective and in your best interest. With well over one hundred years of combined legal experience with Homeowner Associations, the knowledge and reputation of Ortale Kelley attorneys is unmatched in this area of the law.
Because Ortale Kelley is a full-service law firm, our Homeowner Association and Condominium Law attorneys may draw upon the experience and knowledge of other Ortale Kelley attorneys in the following practice areas:
- Representing Homeowner Association Boards at homeowner meetings
- Drafting, developing, and enforcing Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, CC&Rs, and other governing documents
- CC&R amendments
- Notification of CC&R violations
- Short term rental property issues
- Delinquent assessment collection
- Litigation involving violations of Homeowner Association Bylaws and other governing documents
- Planning, structure, finance, and management of condominium projects and planned unit developments (PUDs)
- Amicus Curiae briefs in support of community association related litigation