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Niles Barton’s lawyers provides a wide range of services to condominiums, homeowners associations, and residential cooperatives. We counsel Boards of Directors and work on matters regarding construction defects, contract disputes, covenant and bylaws compliance, collection of delinquent assessments, lien actions, and breach of fiduciary duty. Our lawyers have extensive experience with covenant and rule enforcement, and construction litigation, along with other practice areas that are integrated into the Condominium and HOA practice. Our experience in construction, contracts, taxation, employment, insurance defense, and alternative dispute resolution provide our team with a unique ability to meet client needs related to these and other multifaceted issues.

We also offer assistance to our association clients in delinquent assessment collections through effective methods and modern technology. Our lawyers supervise a team of experienced collection paralegals who work toward collection and resolution of delinquent accounts. Our attorneys and staff utilize the latest technology, including a collection system that offers customization and superior reporting capabilities to provide efficient and timely service, and prompt communication with our clients.

Niles Barton Condominium and HOA attorneys have a deep knowledge of the laws and regulations that govern community associations to provide comprehensive service to association clients. They serve on the Maryland Bar Association’s Real Property Section Legislative Committee and on the Legislative Committee of the Maryland Builders Association, staying current on and helping to shape laws and trends and advancing issues important to our clients. They also actively participate in the Community Associations Institute and Maryland Building Industry Association.

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