Robert J. Galvin, a member of Davis Malm’s Land Use and Real Estate Group, served on a panel titled “Condominium & Homeowner Associations.” Sponsored by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., the program took place in Boston on February 10 and in Burlington on March 3. The program focused on proposed changes to Chapter 183A, the Massachusetts condominium law, issues regarding mixed-use condominiums, recent court cases involving condominiums, and common interest communities not formed under the condominium law.
Mr. Galvin has over 30 years of experience representing developers, property owners, sellers, buyers, condominium associations, and commercial landlords and tenants, and he has created a large number of commercial, industrial, residential, and mixed-use condominiums. He is the editor and co-author of Massachusetts Condominium Law, and the author of the condominium chapter inCrocker’s Notes on Common Forms.
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