Homeowner and Condominium Association Law

If you have any issues with your homeowner’s association or condominium association, the law firm of Ronald C. McCormack, P.C. is knowledgeable and experienced in homeowner and condominium association law. In Virginia, homeowner and condominium associations are only allowed to act if authorized by the subdivision or condominium governing documents (recorded declarations, covenants & restrictions, bylaws) or by the Virginia Property Owners Association Act for homeowner’s associations, or by the Virginia Condominium Act for condominium associations. Acts performed by associations that are not authorized by the governing documents or by one of the statutory acts, as a general rule are unenforceable. Unfortunately, the associations don’t always voluntarily refrain from acting outside the scope of their authority. The law firm of Ronald C. McCormack will be happy to assist you if you believe that your homeowner’s association or your condominium association may be violating your rights or acting without authority.

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24 Onville Road Suite 206
Stafford, Virginia 22556

Phone: 540-659-0177
Fax: 703-783-5350
Email: McCormackLawPC@gmail.com


2740 Chain Bridge Road
Suite 106
Vienna, Virginia 22181

Phone: 703-865-4940
Fax: 703-783-5350
Email: McCormackLawPC@gmail.com

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