November 2018 – NJ court holds that unit owner’s insurance company could not subrogate against condominium association where by-laws contained waiver of subrogation provision

March 9th, 2019 | Community Association Law Blog

March 16, 2019 By Eric F. Frizzell, Esq. On November 5, 2018, a New Jersey court held that an insurance company that paid $222,173.84 to its insured, an individual condominium unit owner whose unit was damaged by a fire in a neighboring unit, could not pursue a subrogation claim against …Continue Reading

Free speech rights in community association elections – distributing campaign materials in your community

March 9th, 2019 | Community Association Law Blog

March 16, 2019 By Eric F. Frizzell, Esq. Annual elections in community associations can sometimes become quite heated. Disagreements may arise regarding the extent to which a Board can restrict candidates from campaigning in the community. In the case of Dublirer v. 2000 Linwood Avenue Owners, Inc., 220 N.J. 71 …Continue Reading