Eviction of Tenants From Condominium Associations
With the prolonged downturn in the economy and the high rates of foreclosures in Ohio and across the country, more and more condominium associations are finding increased pressure from unit owners to rent their units. This is occurring because either the owner is under economic pressure and needs to rent the unit to meet his financial obligations, or investors are finding a ready market for condominium units as rental property. In either case, rentals in the condominium association are increasing.
Understandably, association boards and owners have become alarmed over the increase in rentals, perceiving either rightly or wrongly that too many rentals decrease property values. Associations have dealt with this problem in a number of ways. In recent years it has been a trend for an association to restrict leasing by percentage of occupancy or by an outright ban of leasing altogether.
Better yet, come to our final Fall Seminar on November 6, 2013, dealing with eviction of tenants and leasing restriction amendments. Click on the Fall Seminar Series badge on the upper right of any page on our website for registration information.
Charles T. Williams
Charles T. Williams is the founder and a principal in the firm. A native of Columbus, Ohio, and a veteran of the Vietnam war, Mr. Williams earned his law degree from Boston College Law School. He is widely recognized as one of Ohio’s foremost attorneys practicing homeowner association law and condominium law. Read Charles T. Williams's full bio.