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Representing Virginia’s Community Associations since 1995, Segan Mason & Mason, P.C.’s mission is to provide communities with quality legal service which only decades of experience in all facets of Virginia community association law can provide. Our firm views ourselves as “counselors of law” where we listen to your unique needs and provide solutions and insight into all angles of a conflict so that the community can make truly informed decisions.
Say hello to our "counselors" (from left to right) Bob J. Segan, Donna M. Mason, William B. Mason, Jr., Aimée T.H. Kessler & Rachel M. Rogers
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The Community Association Statutory Handbook provides the latest adopted relevant statutes governing community associations in the State of Virginia. The Handbook includes the following statutes: Virginia Condominium Act; Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; Common Interest Community Management Information Fund; Virginia Nonstock Corporation Act; Common Interest Communities
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