Resource Center

Resource Center

Virginia and DC association news and information

Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn P.C. is pleased to provide you with this helpful association resource center, featuring:

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Newsletters

Chadwick Washington produces The Quarterly Assessment, a seasonal newsletter covering current topics in association law as well as best practices in association governance. When significant policy decisions are made by the Virginia legislature, DC City Council or a federal regulatory body, the firm issues The Special Assessment  regarding how current events impact your association.

Just in! June Va Legis Update Quarterly Assessment

April 2017 Special Edition: Why Covenant Enforcement Matters

Current issue of The Quarterly Assessment – DC Condominium Act Legislative Update: March 2017

Current articles – Spring 2017 Special Assessment:

New Fair Housing Regulations – Common Area Movie Licensing – Interesting Court Cases From Around the Nation

Past newsletters from Chadwick Washington:

The Quarterly Assessment

The Special Assessment – special topics

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Community Association Statutes

Chadwick Washington encourages you to review the state statutes which regulate common interest associations.  Click below to view PDF files of these laws.

If a client has a specific question about application of these laws, please contact us.

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Useful Resource Links

You may find these websites helpful as you research strategies and solutions for your community association.

Virginia government

Washington, D.C. government

Virginia counties and cities

Community Associations Institute — local chapters

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