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Condominiums and Co-operative Apartments in Hackensack

New Jersey Community Association Lawyers

Through partners Joel Ellis, Richard Rapone and Matthew Earle, Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, LLP represents several cooperative corporations and condominium associations throughout northern New Jersey.

Among our many clients are:

Cooperative Corporations

  • Horizon House, a co-op in Fort Lee with 1,266 units on 10 acres overlooking the Hudson River
  • Mediterranean Towers West, a 500-unit co-op in Fort Lee
  • The Pembroke, a 22-story co-op in Fort Lee.

Condominium Associations

  • Buckingham Towers Condominium Association, 193 units in Fort Lee
  • Canterbury Village Condominium Association, [Expand] New Milford
  • Valley Terrace Condominium Association, 400-plus units in Wayne, N.J.
  • Skyline Condominium Association, 200-plus units in Hoboken
  • The Atrium [Expand]

General Counsel Community Association Lawyers

Our nine-attorney firm is general counsel to these condominium associations and co-operative corporations in the collection of assessment collection, document interpretation, rules enforcement, conversions from rentals to cooperative or condominium structures, tax appeals, and all aspects of litigation, including claims against sponsors of the initial housing development for construction defects and claims.

Dispute Mediation

Our partner, Joal Ellis also mediates disputes between community associations and unit owners. When a condominium owner or cooperative shareholder is charged with violation of the bylaws, we offer discreet resolution of the conflict through mediation.

Association Refinancing

Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, LLP also assists co-operative associations in refinancing of indebtedness. We are familiar with the complex financial issues of these multi-million-dollar mortgages.

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Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, LLP
190 Moore Street, Suite 306
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Phone: 201-488-7211
Fax: 201-488-1210
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