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Supreme Judicial Court Voids Condominium Bylaw as Against Public Policy

Posted in Condominiums
In a November article I discussed the pending Supreme Judicial Court case Trustees of Cambridge Point Condominium Trust v. Cambridge Point, LLC.  You can read the full article here, but the essential issue is whether condominium bylaw provisions limiting a condominium board’s ability to initiate litigation should be void, either because such provisions violate the… Continue Reading

Pending SJC Case Could Change Condominium Litigation in Massachusetts

Posted in Condominiums
My colleague at Rackemann, Jonathan Hayden, has been watching this pending SJC decision and the following is his take on the case: The Supreme Judicial Court’s upcoming decision in Trustees of Cambridge Point Condominium Trust v. Cambridge Point, LLC has the potential to change significantly the landscape for condominium litigation in Massachusetts.  The decision also… Continue Reading

Rocket Science, Explained

Posted in Miscellaneous, Registered Land
My colleague and fellow MLUM contributor Johanna Schneider will be one of the panelists at a CLE program sponsored by the Boston Bar Association entitled “Understanding the Land Court:  The Ins and Outs of Litigating and Dealing with the Registered Land System.  Also on the panel is my former Rackemann colleague, Land Court Justice Robert B. Foster.  The program is happening on Tuesday, October… Continue Reading