Management, Maintenance Fees – Make Sure to Review Agreements Regularly By Hans G. Huessy, Esq. [Published in Condo Media magazine – September 2019 Issue] Many condominium projects in Vermont are located in resort areas and consist almost exclusively of second homes that are also primarily used as rental properties. In such projects, […]
Mandate a Civility Rule – Dealing with Problem Members By Hans G. Huessy, Esq. [Published in Condo Media magazine – August 2019 Issue] Sometimes an association will have one or two members who refuse to act civilly. Their actions can make it harder to find people willing to serve on the board […]
Brian Sullivan and Daniel Seff recently obtained a successful outcome in a Federal Court proceeding they brought to overturn the USCIS’s denial of an extension of H-1B status for a Nigerian citizen who had been previously granted that status. In the case, the Nigerian citizen’s employer argued that the USCIS acted arbitrarily and capriciously in […]
Attorney Hans Huessy successfully reduced the property taxes for four condominium projects located in Stratton and Okemo. He represented two timeshare projects and a regular condo project in Okemo and collectively obtained over $250,000 in property tax savings for his clients. He represented a regular condominium project in Stratton and got their tax bills reduced […]
Managing Delinquencies – Beware the Pitfalls By Hans G. Huessy, Esq. [Published in Condo Media magazine – July 2019 Issue] It is important to stay on top of delinquent owners and to never allow owners to become significantly overdue in their payments. First, it is unfair to other owners that pay […]
Attorney Hans Huessy represented a couple from Connecticut who were sued for defamation and certain constitutional claims in federal court. After filing a series of Motions to Dismiss and Motions for Summary Judgment, Attorney Huessy succeeded in having all of the claims against his clients dismissed. Read Decision here.
MSK Attorney Jeremy Farkas was honored to contribute Chapter 9, Permits, to the practice guide entitled “A Practical Guide to Residential Real Estate Transactions and Foreclosures in Vermont” published by MCLE New England in December 2018. This book is an essential reference for handling a residential real estate transaction in Vermont from start to finish. […]
Act 250 Changes on the Horizon – And Vermont Condo Projects Will be Impacted By Hans G. Huessy, Esq. [Published in Condo Media magazine – June 2019 Issue] Many Vermont condominium projects are subject to Act 250 permits. While there are no pending amendments to Vermont’s condominium statutes this year, Titles 27 […]