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Horack Talley launches homeowners’ association blog


Horack Talley is thrilled to announce the launch of our newest blog, Common Elements. Common Elements covers topics of interest to homeowners’ association board members, residents of communities with associations, and community property managers, across North and South Carolina. Through representing over 500 community associations in the Carolinas, Horack Talley’s lawyers are uniquely positioned to provide guidance to clients on every aspect of condominium and community association law.

The blog features regular posts on association law by our team of contributors, including Mike Hunter, Cynthia Jones, Bill Hamel, Phillip Lewis, Keith Nichols, and Kimberly Sullivan. It also features a page dedicated to “War Stories,” which recounts interesting, and sometimes humorous, experiences from past cases. An “Events and Speaking Engagements” page highlights upcoming speaking engagements of our team members, and a “Useful Links” page, provides valuable information on various topics related to Association Law.   To visit our blog, please visit Carolina Common Elements. Become a follower by subscribing via email on the home page.

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