Homeowner Associations (HOA) Law

In the last few decades, North Carolina has seen an explosion of planned communities. Almost every neighborhood built in the last thirty years is subject to additional rules and regulations beyond the traditional municipal and county governments. Homeowner and Condominium owner associations administer a confusing blend of North Carolina statutes, declarations and restrictive covenants, by-laws, and rules. Typically the governing bodies of these Associations are composed of volunteer homeowners, either with or without the assistance of professional property managers. As a result, these volunteer Boards of Directors are overwhelmed and make missteps when they try and govern their communities. At Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips, LLP, we are experienced in navigating this complex mixture of public law and private rules and can provide guidance to a Board as to what is legally permitted. This allows a Board to govern in confidence that its decisions are proper and can be defended. We can also provide assistance and advice to a homeowner who feels that a Board has overstepped its authority for their community.


Practicing in this Field

Bradley A. Coxe

Partner, Attorney at Law

C. Wes Hodges, II

Partner, Attorney at Law

Samuel B. Potter

Partner, Attorney at Law

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