Common interest communities (also called HOAs) are organized and governed pursuant to NRS 116 in the State of Nevada. Pursuant to NRS 116.1104, no provision of NRS 116 may be waived or varied by agreement. This means that the Covenants Conditions and Restrictions ("CC&Rs") along with Bylaws, Rules, and Regulations must comply with NRS 116. If there is a dispute between NRS 116 and the CC&RS (or other governing document), NRS 116 prevails.
Associations suffer law suits from a variety of reasons including but not limited to injury on common areas, failure to maintain common areas, improper collection procedures, improper implementation of the CC&RS, and improper foreclosures. It is important for associations to receive prompt and skilled legal advice when dealing with various legal issues. Blatnik Law, LLC possesses extensive experience in Nevada association law and argued an association matter before the Nevada State Supreme Court as well as briefed association matters for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
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