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Press Release: Rackemann Attorney Angel Kozeli Mozina Authors MCLE Massachusetts Condominium Law Chapter

Boston, MA, July 11, 2019 – Boston law firm Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster announces that attorney Angel Kozeli Mozina authored a chapter for the 2019 supplement to the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education’s (MCLE) Massachusetts Condominium Law practice manual. The chapter, “Legal Aspects of Commercial Condominiums,” addresses recent case law developments, and covers advantages, disadvantages, alternatives, and planning considerations, as well as the lawyer’s role in creating and managing commercial and mixed-use condominium entities.

As a Director in the firm’s Real Estate practice, Mozina represents developers, lenders, borrowers, property owners, property management companies, condominium associations, small business owners, lessors and lessees. She handles a broad range of real estate and corporate matters such as all aspects of leasing, condominium creation and conversion, conveyancing, lending and financing, title insurance and property tax abatement matters. Her representation of condominium developers and associations includes preparation and amendment of condominium documents, ownership turnover, property management agreements, condominium fee disputes, insurance claims, disputes among unit owners, and trustees’ obligations.

MCLE aims to raise the caliber of lawyers’ professional and ethical service to their clients and communities, by providing comprehensive and practical continuing legal education of the highest quality. Massachusetts Condominium Law is full of practice-tested insight and recommendations on a wide range of condominium-related issues, such as dealing with “as built” plans, drafting and negotiating master deeds, conducting unit sales transactions, understanding distinctions between condominiums and cooperatives, and addressing the purchase, sale, leasing, and financing of commercial condominiums. Other topics include common areas and common facilities, phasing, certification requirements, tenant conflicts, transition plans, and mixed-use options.

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