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Successfully negotiated a settlement with owners who were leasing their home in violation of the association’s restrictions.

Facts: Owners within an association were leasing their home. Prior to the filing of the lawsuit, the owners indicated they would transfer the title of the home to their corporation and allow the tenant, who was an employee, to reside in the home as an agent of the corporation. The owners failed to transfer the title of the home and continued to lease their home in violation of the governing documents.

Kaman & Cusimano negotiated a settlement whereby the tenant would vacate the home, the owners agreed not to lease the home, and obtained an award for legal fees and court costs the association incurred in the amount of $9000, which also included payment of delinquent maintenance fees.


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