GLOSSARY OF COLLECTION LAW TERMINOLOGY

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The purpose of this glossary is to assist community association board members and property managers in better understanding legal terms and procedures that are frequently utilized by our law firm in the collection process against unit owners who owe common expenses to an association. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about any of these terms. Affidavit of Diligent Inquiry – A document that is filed with the Court which certifies …

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LEGAL LIMITATIONS ON THE POWER OF A COOPERATIVE’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO REJECT SUBLEASE APPLICATIONS

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This article originally appeared n the November 1996 issue of Community Trends, the monthly magazine of the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. LEGAL LIMITATIONS ON THE POWER OF A COOPERATIVE’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO REJECT SUBLEASE APPLICATIONS By Eric F. Frizzell and David G. Frizzell, Buckalew Frizzell &  Crevina, Glen Rock, New Jersey                 The rights and obligations of cooperatives and their shareholders are defined primarily by a proprietary lease. Many proprietary …

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HOW SOON AFTER YOU WIN A TAX APPEAL REDUCING THE ASSESSED VALUE OF REAL ESTATE MUST THE TAX COLLECTOR REDUCE YOUR TAX BILL?

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This article originally appeared in 1994 in Community Trends, the monthly magazine of the New Jersey chapter of the Community Association Institute.  In January 1995, CAI awarded Mr Buckalew its “Author of the Year” Award for the Article. HOW SOON AFTER YOU WIN A TAX APPEAL REDUCING THE ASSESSED VALUE OF REAL ESTATE MUST THE TAX COLLECTOR REDUCE YOUR TAX BILL? By Robert J. Buckalew, Buckalew Frizzell & Crevina, Glen Rock, New Jersey At first …

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A LAUNDRY LIST OF IMPORTANT ISSUES TO ADDRESS WHEN NEGOTIATING WITH A LAUNDRY VENDOR

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This article originally appeared in the September 2001 issue of Community Trends, the monthly magazine of the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. A LAUNDRY LIST OF IMPORTANT ISSUES TO ADDRESS WHEN NEGOTIATING WITH A LAUNDRY VENDOR By Donna Ruberman Shahrabani, Esq., Buckalew Frizzell & Crevina, Glen Rock, New Jersey      Most associations that provide a laundry room for their residents contract with an outside company to operate the room. Every laundry …

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CONDOMINIUM COLLECTION LITIGATION: AN OVERVIEW

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This article originally appeared in the October, 1993 issue of Community Trends, the monthly magazine of the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute.  In January 1994, CAI awarded Mr. Frizzell its “Author of the Year” Award for the article.  Certain changes in the court rules have occurred in the interim period, such as with regard to service and electronic filing of pleadings.  CONDOMINIUM COLLECTION LITIGATION: AN OVERVIEW By Eric . Frizzell, Buckalew Frizzell & …

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CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETINGS AND ELECTIONS: COMPLYING WITH THE NON-PROFIT CORPORATION ACT

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This article was originally published in the October 1997 issue of Community Trends, the monthly magazine of the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute. In January 1998, CAI awarded Mr. Frizzell its  “ Author of the Year” Award for this article and a second article.  CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETINGS AND ELECTIONS: COMPLYING WITH THE NON-PROFIT CORPORATION ACT By  Eric F. Frizzell, Buckalew Frizzell & Crevina, Glen Rock, New Jersey                 Most New Jersey condominium …

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The Transition Settlement Agreement and Release

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This article was originally published in the November 2000 issue of Community Trends, the monthly magazine of the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute.  In January 2001, CAI awarded Mr. Frizzell  its “ Author of the Year” Award for this article and a second one on “Transition”.  The Transition Settlement Agreement and Release By Eric F. Frizzell, Esq., Buckalew Frizzell & Crevina, Glen Rock , New Jersey                 At the conclusion of a …

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TRANSITION : Master Deed and By-Law Provisions that Every Condominuim Association Trustee Should Know

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This article was originally published in the July 2000 issue of Community Trends, the monthly magazine of the New Jersey Chapter of the Community Associations Institute.  In January 2001, CAI-NJ Awarded Mr. Frizzell its “Author of the Year” Award for this article and a second one on Transition.  TRANSITION: Master Deed and By-Law Provisions that Every Condominium Association Trustee Should Know By Eric F. Frizzell, Esq., Buckalew Frizzell & Crevina, Glen Rock, New Jersey                 The …

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Welcome to Buckalew Frizzell & Crevina LLP

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Thank you for visiting our website to learn more about our law firm. We invite you to review the “News” about us, to read the articles our attorneys have published, and to review our blog for helpful information about various legal issues. We’d like to hear from you with any questions or comments you may have.

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Managing Municipal Reimbursements

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Eric Frizzell was quoted at length in the June 2016 issue of The New Jersey Cooperator newspaper in an article entitled “Managing Municipal Reimbursements — Who Pays What, and When”, which discusses the process by which community associations can obtain reimbursement from municipalities under the Municipal Services Act, for snow removal, solid waste/recycling pick-up and disposal, and street lighting costs.

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