Community Association Management and Legal Services

You don’t have to be the one policing your neighbors for covenant violations. You don’t have to be the one trying to collect association dues from the guy across the street. And if your neighbor doesn’t pay, you don’t have to be the one filing a lawsuit. That’s where the integrated services of CAM and the Law Offices of Lee Mason serve you best.

What CAM and LAW can do for your neighborhood:

  • Operate and manage the Association as contemplated in the Association’s governing documents; visit the property once a month seeking covenant violations; report findings to the Board or designee and mail out covenant violation letters; provide assistance to and act at the direction of the Board of Directors
  • Attend Annual Association meeting (in person) and quarterly Association Board meetings via phone conference
  • Maintain the Association’s records and oversee payment for Association services; prepare proposed operating and annual budget for approval and adoption by the Board
  • Prepare monthly financial statements and reports, providing complete and accurate accounting of all funds; maintain the Association’s fiscal records in accordance with recognized and acceptable accounting practices
  • Develop effective assessments collection and accounts payable procedures
  • Manage the assets of the Association; maintain office records and accounts, as well as bank account(s)
  • Obtain competitive bids and assist the Boards in selection of insurance companies, contractors and auditors; promptly investigate accidents or claims for damage; make and file timely report(s) to insurance company

The Team Working Hard for Your Association at All Times

  • The qualifying broker who is also the attorney
  • A manager assistant
  • A legal assistant
  • An in-house accountant
  • A covenant violation drive through representative (where CAM provides full service management)

How Lee Mason makes the legalities easy for you:

  • Collection of unpaid assessments and fees
  • The interpretation and enforcement of rules and the governing documents (CC&Rs, Bylaws, Articles)
  • Drafting amendments to governing documents
  • Advising Boards of Directors of their legal rights and obligations under the association documents
  • Revising and negotiating contracts
  • Recommending preventive measures and changes in an association’s practices and legal documentation
  • Association never pays for collection of attorney’s fees incurred as these are collected from the delinquent homeowner.


For more about how neighborhoods can work through the court system, click here.