Harmony Taylor focuses her practice on representation of community associations on litigated and non-litigated matters. Harmony regularly advises on association governance, assists with director and member meetings, represents communities in district and superior courts, and represents associations in complaints brought before local human relations commissions on Fair Housing and other discrimination claims. Harmony regularly speaks to boards, managers and owners on community association related topics, including North Carolina’s Community Association Institute Law Day. Harmony is an active member of the Community Association Institute and serves on the Legislative Action Committee for the North Carolina Chapter and the College of Community Association Lawyers Governing Documents Task Force.
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Real Estate Law, Community Association Law (Homeowner, Condominium, and Townhouse Associations), Business Operations and Litigation
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., 1995
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D., 1999
"AV" rated by Martindale Hubbell.
Governing document interpretation, enforcement of governing documents, collection of unpaid assessments, board and membership meeting procedure, and compliance with State and Federal law, including the Fair Housing Act, Americans With Disabilities Act, and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
Experience with District and Superior Court bench and jury trials, Superior Court Mediation, Fair Housing Conciliation
Representation of individuals and businesses in contract formation and review and litigation of disputes.
North Carolina Bar Association
Mecklenburg County Bar
Community Association Institute (CAI) Member
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Volunteer attorney, Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont