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9th July 2016

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Vancouver investors mimic U.S. condo takeover schemes

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Some of my readers own property in both the U.S. and Canada. A few months ago I wrote an article about worldwide trends toward condo termination and hostile takeovers. 788 more words

Condominium

The case of the obsessive HOA homeowner

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Some people buy into a homeowners’ association with the expectation that their new neighborhood will be well-cared for, clean and safe, and that it will look wonderful at all times. 691 more words

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Where can homeowners turn for help with HOA issues?

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

I get a lot of requests from homeowners and residents seeking help when things go wrong in their homeowners, condominium, or cooperative association. 917 more words

HOA

With Three Cases on October 2016 Docket, US Supreme Court Poised to Expand Its Impact on Patent Rights

Featured Expert Contributor – Intellectual Property (Patents)

Jeffri A. Kaminski, Venable LLP

The US Supreme Court will hear arguments on three patent cases in the October 2016 Term.  1,336 more words

U.S. Supreme Court

Developer benefits most from a homeowners association (HOA)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Homebuilders, their real estate agents, and the HOA industry have been marketing homeowners, condominium, and cooperative associations as beneficial to homeowners for nearly 5 decades. 1,007 more words

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