Mediation is pushed to settle N.C. HOA issues

07/8/2013 | Star-News (Wilmington, N.C.)

North Carolina recently passed a law making it easier for homeowners and HOAs to settle disputes via mediation rather than heading to court. "Although nothing in this bill is mandatory, I do feel that [mediation] provides a less costly or messy option for people in disputes with their HOA," says Rep. Duane Hall. "... [But] it does not open mediation to disputes over HOA dues or assessments."

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