Ott & Associates has provided years of service to clients with an exemplary track record. We are proud to share a few of them here.
A lawsuit against a Developer where we successfully argued that the developer did not have standing to file an appeal against an Association.
A Community Association in which we successfully added another subdivision to the Master Association, so that fees were lowered for all the unit owners.
A Housing Code violation case against a Community Association where we successfully argued that the Association did not violate certain housing codes in that particular city.
A Foreclosure Complaint was filed against a non-paying member, and the Association recovered all Association fees owed for the past two years.
A Builder was responsible for repairs to common elements of an Association, because of construction defects, specifically pertaining to foundation issues.
Successfully argued that a parcel of land owned by the Association, actually had a value of $0. As a result, the Association no longer had to pay taxes on the parcel.
Successfully argued that a Board of Revision foreclosure filed had to be dismissed, because the property was not abandoned, although it was a vacant lot.
Successfully negotiated a class action lawsuit for several homeowners against a builder who allegedly failed to disclose pending county assessments.
Facilitating a land contract between a Trustee and individual buyer, so that the trust benefited from the interest payments of the buyer.
Representing an owner in a vacation subdivision where we successfully argued that the Association could not arbitrarily change the boundary lines of lots.
Successfully obtaining a six-figure judgment against a loan officer who allegedly violated mortgage lending guidelines.
Successfully negotiating a short sale with a bank after a foreclosure was filed on a commercial property and obtaining funds for our client at closing.
Effectively negotiated a lawsuit against an insulation manufacturer and installer where black mold was found on the premises.
Successfully argued the a construction company submitted payment applications before the corresponding work was actually completed, and the owner was awarded the amounts paid to the company in excess of the work completed.
Successfully argued that a condominium Association had acted negligently when the Association failed to correct a leaking roof that led to significant mold damage in the owner’s unit.
Closing a multi-million dollar, international business purchase, representing a buyer outside of the United States.
Successfully arguing an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission case for an employer in which an employee filed a complaint alleging age discrimination.