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Q. Our condominium association last raised our assessments in 2010, which left us with a small surplus above our annual expenses to fund our reserve account. With no assessment increases since then, but increasing expenses, we are no longer able to meet our operating...
The North Carolina Workers' Compensation Act ("Act") requires all employers with three or more employees to carry workers' compensation insurance. The purpose of this requirement is to ensure that employees injured by an accident while working have a safety net to cover...
Most condominium association’s “Declaration of the Condominium” (hereinafter referred to as declaration) follow the wording of Chapter 47C of the North Carolina Condominium Act with regard to the definitions of “common elements” and “units”. The Declaration specifies what insurance is to be provided by the association and what insurance is to be provided by the unit owners.In the statute, 47C-2-102, Unit boundaries it says: “Except as provided by the declaration:
As the name implies, a self-managed condo is a condominium association that chooses to manage itself without the cost or use of an outside property management firm. Self managed condos face unique challenges by not having a third party property manager involved in the day to day business dealing...
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