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Subject: Ohio Attorney Needed to interpret CCR
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JeffH19
(Ohio)

Posts:2


08/06/2021 2:06 PM  
Hello,

I am looking for an attorney qualified to interpret some language in our association rules and regulations as well as a couple of agreements that our association made with a nearby governing entity. This is in the state of Ohio. If anyone can suggest a firm or qualified counsel, please reply or private message. Thank you!
MelissaP1
(Alabama)

Posts:10595


08/06/2021 7:57 PM  
The bar association website should provide a good list to go by. We are not attorney's on this website. Just free advice givers...

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CathyA3
(Ohio)

Posts:2607


08/07/2021 4:48 AM  
Are you a homeowner, or do you represent your HOA (eg. as a board member)? The firm I'm familiar with only accepts community associations as their clients, so they wouldn't talk to you if you're simply a member of your association.

If you Google "Ohio HOA law" or "Ohio condo law" you should find them - they have offices at both ends of the I-71 corridor.

If you're a homeowner, then looking for lawyers who deal with real estate law may help you - but look for ones who have experience with HOAs.
JeffH19
(Ohio)

Posts:2


08/09/2021 5:46 AM  
I am looking for interpretation and legal opinion from qualified counsel. I am a trustee of the association, Cathy. If you would be so kind as to provide me the name of the firm, I can go from there. Thank you very much.

I am fully aware that this site is merely for discussion, Melissa.....

CathyA3
(Ohio)

Posts:2607


08/09/2021 6:20 AM  
Posted By JeffH19 on 08/09/2021 5:46 AM
I am looking for interpretation and legal opinion from qualified counsel. I am a trustee of the association, Cathy. If you would be so kind as to provide me the name of the firm, I can go from there. Thank you very much.

I am fully aware that this site is merely for discussion, Melissa.....




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