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Attorney Brenner Webb attended the Nashua Chamber of Commerce Networking Event on May 28th held at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore at 352 Amherst Street in Nashua. The event culminated with the dedication of a new box truck, thanks in large part to the generosity of the Jarril family, and was unveiled with the help of Steve Thomas, the former...

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Effective on July 1st of 2015 New Hampshire RSA 265:79-c will go into effect. This law prohibits the use of cell phones and other electronic devices while driving. As of July 1st, it will be a violation to use a cell phone to make a call with three notable exceptions. Those are: • While making a 911 emergency call;• To use one hand to make or...

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Attorney Gary Daddario of Winer and Bennett, LLP will be a speaker at the CAI New Hampshire Legislative Action Committee presentation on June 10, 2015. To learn more, visit our Facebook page...

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Kudos if you caught the Expose song reference in the title. I’m actually not sure how it spilled out of my head. It is, however, appropriate for this writing. Over the years, I’ve seen that certain issues at associations claim popularity in a cyclical fashion. Recently, I had occasion to discuss “rules” several times. Taking a brief step...

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As a condominium practitioner representing associations in both MA and NH, I often find it interesting to compare differences in the laws of the Commonwealth and the Granite State. While I believe that most would readily lean towards NH as the state with the edge on natural resources and beauty, in terms of their respective condominium statutes MA...

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millyard triathlon

Kent Barker participated in the Millyard Bike, Paddle, and Run Triathlon on May 3, 2015. The event was organized by the Nashua Law Firm of Cullen and Collimore to promote the use and stewardship of the Mines Falls Park and Facility in Downtown Nashua. The weather was beautiful and it is hoped the event will become an annual...

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Insurance companies are constantly finding new ways to entice potential customers to shop for insurance.  One of the latest tactics is to permit shoppers to “pick their price.”  This marketing scheme is a trap for the unwary.  Here’s why: Nearly everyone wants to pay less for their insurance.  The less we pay them, the more we have in...

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diy’ers

Do it yourselfers. Ya gotta love’em. Self reliance is, after all, a fundamental American trait. Nevertheless, I have to shake my head when a proud but naïve soul brings in a mismanaged vestige of a once promising case, and wonders if we might offer a little advice. Usually, it’s like trying to revive a chronically under-watered and...

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decriminalization of adultery

As of January 1st of this year, New Hampshire repealed RSA:645:3. This was an antiquated and unenforced law which made adultery a class B misdemeanor. However, adultery remains a valid fault ground for divorce in New Hampshire. Now, an inquiry into such infidelity cannot be side-stepped by exercising the Fifth Amendment privilege against...

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legislative update

A quick note for New Hampshire- by way of legislative update, is that HB 1115 has passed and been signed by the Governor. Effective January 1, 2015, this new law makes clear that a Homestead Declaration filed by a unit owner does not afford any protection against an association’s lien for unpaid condominium assessments. By: Gary...

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