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The Radburn Act and Amending the Bylaws

Q: The governing documents require approval of two-thirds of the owners in order to amend. Our board of trustees is indicating that we need to modernize our governing documents to comply with the Radburn Law. It is my understanding that this only needs to be...

Is Your Neighbor Really A Nuisance?

We often see complaints from community associations regarding smoking, cooking smells or noise emanating from one unit to another. This leads to the question: what, if anything, can the association do? While many communities have restrictions in the governing documents prohibiting acts which may be...

Q&A: Barking Dog – Please Help!

Q: Our community has a resident who leaves their unattended, large service dog on the balcony. The dog barks once or twice every time it sees anyone walk by. This goes on all day and evening. The tenant is a renter and efforts to have...

Q&A: Board Member Confidentiality Agreements

Q: Can board members adopt a policy requiring all members of the Board to execute a confidentiality agreement? A: While there is no New Jersey case law directly on point, the likely answer is that with respect to material that is confidential, the governing board of...