Gann Law Books announces the release of the 2007 edition of the book, New Jersey Condominium & Community Association Law, authored by Wendell A. Smith, Dennis A. Estis and Christine F. Li, partners in the law firm of Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP. The book is a practical guide to assist condominium and other common interest communities, attorneys and other professionals, as well as lay persons, in thoroughly understanding the rights and obligations of common property ownership and enabling officers and board members of condominium and community associations to better understand their roles.
The book contains the latest New Jersey cases impacting condominium and community association law as well as:
- a detailed discussion of the legal, financial, and marketplace requirements imposed on developers and the consequences of these requirements for lenders and individual unit purchasers;
- a point by point treatment of the provisions of a master deed, by laws and other critical documents;
- solutions to problems frequently encountered in the creation and administration of common interest projects; and,
- statutes, regulations, sample documents and discussions of significant cases.
All applicable New Jersey statutes, regulations and requirements are current through November 10, 2006, making this a "must have" for any one needing the latest information available on condominium and community association law.
Wendell A. Smith, chair of the Planned Real Estate Practice Group, concentrates his practice in land use and planned real estate development, including large, mixed use projects as well as active adult, golf course, and resort communities. He has vast experience in all areas of community association law, with particular emphasis on transition from developer to unit owner control and complex problem solving in distressed common interest communities.
Dennis A. Estis, chair of the Construction Practice Group, concentrates his practice in the area of complex litigation, particularly relating to construction, condominiums, and environmental concerns. He has served as counsel to numerous developers, condominiums and cooperatives.
Christine F. Li, member of the Planned Real Estate Practice Group, concentrates her practice in condominium and planned real estate development law, including the conversion of rental properties to the condominium form of ownership, mixed-use developments, commercial and business condominiums, workouts of distressed communities, community association law, and the registration of planned real estate developments with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.
The book may be ordered through Gann Law Books, One Washington Park, Suite 1500, Newark, NJ 07102 for $115.56 with tax, $108.00 tax exempt. The price includes postage and handling. More information can be found on their web site at www.gannlaw.com .
Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP has offices located in Woodbridge and Roseland, New Jersey. For more information, call Erin P. Cenkner at 732-549-5600 or visit the firm’s web site at www.greenbaumlaw.com.