NEW JERSEY – Pending N.J. Bill Could Affect Brick Homeowner Associations’ Governance

BRICK.SHOREBEAT.COM: Pending N.J. Bill Could Affect Brick Homeowner Associations’ Governance

The so-called Common Interest Community bill has passed the state General Assembly and is now pending in the Senate. The bill would rework the way homeowners associations are governed in New Jersey, and give the state Department of Community Affairs a significant role in regulating them. Proponents say the bill would provide homeowners more recourse in corralling association boards and allow for easier recalls, but those who oppose the measure argue the state would inject itself into local communities and could even impose fees to support a sizable bureaucracy. Read more:

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