Georgia HOA Laws & GA Homeowners Association Resources
- The Georgia Condominium Act, O.C.G.A. § 44-3-70 to § 44-3-117 and the Georgia Property Owners’ Association Act, O.C.G.A. § 44-3-220 to § 44-3-235 (2004) are the primary statutory authority. The two areas of law are similar and often merge (for a discussion of the similarities and differences, see 1 Ga. Jur. Property § 6:78).
- Unless exempt, anyone providing community association management services to a mandatory membership association with common property must be licensed by the Georgia Real Estate Commission. In fact, except in limited circumstances, only a real estate broker licensed by the Georgia Real Estate Commission is permitted to engage in community association management services. However, a licensed broker can delegate these responsibilities to certain licensed sales people and CAM’s who hold their license with such broker and who will be acting on behalf of such broker.
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*The above list may not be a complete list of all laws and regulations that govern HOAs in your state. HOA-USA recommends that you reach out to a law firm that has experience in the field of HOA Law if you have questions concerning laws, state statutes or your governing documents.