Partner Randy Opotowsky, who has represented developers of a number of the major condominium projects in the New Orleans area, was recently interviewed for a series of articles by, a resource for HOA and condo board members nationwide that covers laws, rules, insurance, finances, reserves, dues, liens and other condominium association management issues.

In the article, “How to Police Utility Use When Your HOA is Paying the Bill,” Mr. Opotowsky weighs in on the general question of how to get owners to pay a fair amount for association-covered utilities. While Mr. Opotowsky notes that there are exceptions, citing the example of a mixed-use condo with a restaurant on the ground floor and residential units above, the consensus is that it is unwise to worry about that except in extreme circumstances.

Why? Read the entire article here.

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