Charlottesville Homeowners’ Associations Attorneys
The law firm of Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz provides advice and representation to homeowners and homeowner associations in Charlottesville, Albemarle County and Central Virginia. Firm partner Frank Buck has nearly forty years of experience advising and representing both large and small associations and owners in every aspect of their legal relationship from routine, day-to-day matters to the special issues which arise during the transition from developer to member control.
Together with the firm’s other attorneys, our experience in real estate, business & corporate law, and civil litigation helps ensure that we deliver quality, comprehensive legal representation in all HOA matters. Our practice encompasses the representation of homeowners, associations and boards in all of the following different types of projects or organizations:
- Community Associations
- Condominium Associations
- Common Interest Developments
Virginia HOA Laws
The legal relationship which exists among unit owners, condominium associations, complex owners and developers is governed by the Virginia Condominium Act. Master deeds, master leases, declarations, and other condominium instruments, including plats, plans and bylaws, must all be developed in conformity with the Virginia condo law. This law also governs the complex process of condominium conversion. Our HOA lawyers can provide advice regarding any relevant provision of the Virginia Condominium Act, as well as other applicable laws, such as the Virginia Property Owners’ Association Act or the Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
Experienced Legal Representation in Virginia Homeowner Association Matters
For assistance in breach of contract matters, property disputes, corporate governance issues, foreclosures and liens, or other legal aspects related to the operation of a Virginia homeowner association, contact Buck, Toscano & Tereskerz in Charlottesville to speak with a knowledgeable and experienced HOA attorney.