The NC General Assembly in 2020 has made a number of changes to the North Carolina Condominium Act (NCGS 47C). All of the updated statutes have been signed by the Governor and are now law.
Here is a PDF of the revised NC Condominium Act. The document also distinguishes between those provisions that are retroactive to all condos and which apply only to condominiums created after October 1, 1986.
For more details on the specific 2020 amendments, you may wish to read this article:
NC Community Association Legislative Update – June 24, 2020
For any North or South Carolina HOA/condo issues, contact one of the community association attorneys in the Greensboro, Charlotte, Triangle or Coastal offices of Law Firm Carolinas.
Author: Jim Slaughter
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