“Avoid the Potential Pitfalls of Sharing Common Areas Among Communities,” Community Association Management Insider

“Avoid the Potential Pitfalls of Sharing Common Areas Among Communities,” Community Association Management Insider

Conflicts can arise when numerous associations share amenities and/or common areas through a master association. David Muller offers his ideas on effective negotiation to prevent this from happening.

“When a developer develops a property,” says David Muller, a shareholder and board-certified specialist in condominium and planned development law with the Naples, Fla., office of Becker & Poliakoff, “it has a vision in mind as far as whether the master association will be the dominant governance entity, or whether it will have a minor responsibility — like for a clubhouse — and the sub-associations will be where the action is.”

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David Muller is board-certified in Condominium and Planned Development Law and regularly provides practical advice that ensures the fiscal success and legal compliance of both commercial and residential community associations. He has significant experience in drafting governing documents and amendments, negotiating contracts, dispute resolution, and more. For David’s complete bio, please click here.