Gregory A. Chandler, a partner at Eads Murray & Pugh, P.C., has been accepted into the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL), becoming just the third Indiana attorney to be admitted into the prestigious national
Frequently, a Board member or property manager of an Indiana community association asks me, “Who is responsible to provide repair and maintenance in this situation?” Whether the roof is leaking, a water line is
As trusted advisors about Indiana nonprofit law, we are often asked about corporation matters for community associations. In particular, we are asked whether to set up the HOA as a nonprofit or a corporation.
Guidelines and Advice for HOA Management & Board Members AssociationHelpNow Staff Writer from Issue #1 2013 How to run a hearing is an important part of HOA management. There are many aspects that need
Condominium associations and homeowners associations have adopted rental restrictions to completely ban or limit the number of rentals in their communities for quite some time. The associations preface the adoption of the restrictions on