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Court says condo owners don’t have to pay hefty assessment (access required)

A narrowly divided North Carolina Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the co-owners of a beachfront condo unit who refused to pay a $54,000 assessment for renovations. The owners, led by Charlotte police officer Jeffrey J. Johnson, argued that the condo association of Starboard by the Sea in Ocean Isle violated state law and its own development declaration when it renovated and assessed their building separately from the other 32 buildings in the complex.

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Real Property – Assessment – Golf Course Maintenance – Restrictive Covenants (access required)

Fairfield Harbour Property Owners Association, Inc. v. Midsouth Golf, LLC The trial court properly concluded that there was no genuine issue of material fact as to the plaintiff’s assertion that the defendant breached the restrictive covenants by closing a golf course since the covenants required the defendant to operate and maintain two golf courses located in the residential community. We affirm judgment for plaintiff.

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