CONFERENCE IN NEW JERSEY
listen and/or download the talk show "On The Commons" taped on
Saturday, June 2, 2007. Talk show host Shu Bartholomew talks with Margaret
Bar-akiva. Margaret, a plaintiff in the Twin Rivers case in New Jersey, and
founding member of the New Jersey based Common-Interest Homeowners Coalition http://www.c-
are talking about a HOA conference in New Jersey that was organized by the
Rutgers School of Law (Newark), Seton Hall Law School, and Rutgers School of Law
(Camden). Participating Organizations were ACLU of New Jersey, League of Women
Voters, AARP, CIHC and New Jersey Appleseed.
was a conference by homeowners for homeowners, without the participation of the
CAI (Community Associations Institute), a trade-organization that is since many
years pretending to represent homeowners. Homeowners finally need to represent
themselves in order to get the flawed system of associations back on the right
makes no sense that a group of service-providers is writing the laws we
homeowners have to live by. Their only interest is to make more money -- money
taken out of the pockets of the homeowners!
are talking as well about the AARP
Bill of Homeowners' Rights and the upcoming NJ Supreme Court decision in
hear a lot of very interesting information!
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