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Associations turn to Horack Talley for guidance on every aspect of condominium and community association law.

From our office in uptown Charlotte, we represent more than 700 communities across North Carolina and South Carolina, helping to facilitate claim of liens, foreclosure actions and/or the timely collection of delinquent dues, and support strong community association management. We work with property management firms and associations that are self-managed.

Our services include the entire spectrum of community association law. 

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