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Teddy Holtz is a member of Winstead’s Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group. Teddy has represented property owners associations and condominiums with matters involving collection, deed restriction violation (DRV), and corporate matters, with a particular focus on litigation, contract review and torts.

Teddy is Board Certified in Property Owners Association Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  

Representative Experience

  • Representation as corporate governance and administration counsel
  • Representation of associations and developers with regard to operational issues, including the interpretation and application of covenants, rules, and statutes
  • Coordination of meetings, elections, and voting
  • Preparation and review of property use agreements and vendor contracts
  • Oversight of fiscal matters such as budgeting, levying special assessments, and maintenance of reserve funds
  • Counseling in the pre-transition, transition, and post-transition phases of the community development
  • Fair Housing Act compliance assistance
  • Enforcement of restrictive covenants and community rules
  • Mediation and litigation services

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