• Phone: (828) 254-4778
    One Rankin Avenue, Third Floor
    Asheville, NC 28801
    E-mail: info@dunganlaw.com

Practice areas

Asheville

Community Association Law:

Dungan, Kilbourne & Stahl has extensive experience with homeowner and condominium associations, representing over 150 associations all over Western North Carolina. Our firm advises association clients of the proper administration of community associations. Our lawyers draft, review and interpret association documents. Dungan, Kilbourne & Stahl competently assists association clients in the enforcement of association covenants and restrictions. While we focus on preventative measures to avoid litigation, if necessary, we will prosecute or defend our clients' position in court through trial and the appeal process.

Our firm's experienced collections department adeptly handles the collection process for our association clients. Dungan, Kilbourne & Stahl assists association clients in the preparation of collection policies and procedures. Our firm files liens on behalf of our association clients and institutes foreclosure proceedings or lawsuits against non-paying owners when necessary.

Our firm also represents developers in the complicated process of development planning, including selecting the proper North Carolina community association form, building a development team, drafting association documents and interpreting local zoning ordinances. Dungan, Kilbourne & Stahlworks to maximize the market success of the development and still protect developer clients from potential litigation.

Association Check-ups:

Dungan, Kilbourne & Stahl is pleased to offer our clients periodic check-ups of their policies and procedures to ensure continuing compliance with the latest laws governing associations and non-profit corporations  Contact us to schedule an appointment.

Contact

Jeffrey K. Stahl
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Helpful Information and Websites for Community Associations:

Planned Communities in North Carolina are controlled by two North Carolina General Statutes, the North Carolina Planned Community Act, N.C.G.S. Chapter 47F, and the North Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act, N.C.G.S. Chapter 55A.

Condominiums in North Carolina are controlled by two North Carolina General Statutes, the North Carolina Condominium Act, N.C.G.S. Chapter 47C, and the North Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act, N.C.G.S. Chapter 55A.

North Carolina General Assembly
GENERAL ASSEMBLY WEBSITE

You can access the North Carolina Planned Community Act, N.C.G.S. Chapter 47F, on the North Carolina General Assembly website through this link:  CHAPTER 47F

You can access the North Carolina Condominium Act, N.C.G.S. Chapter 47C, on the North Carolina General Assembly website through this link:  CHAPTER 47C

You can access the North Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act, N.C.G.S.Chapter 55A, on the North Carolina General Assembly website through this link:  CHAPTER 55A

Dungan Law 2013 Legislative Update coming in August

 

Community Associations Institute

Many associations consider the Community Associations Institute an excellent resource for information.
CAI Online


North Carolina Secretary of State

Search for your association's name on the website below and confirm that your association is in good standing with the Secretary of State and that your association's registered agent information is accurate. Our attorneys are willing to serve as your association's registered agent at no charge. Many associations find it advantageous to have our attorneys serve as the association's registered agent to avoid changing the registered agent information when new corporate officers are elected.
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