Saxapahaw Rivermill Condominiums

Saxapahaw, NC

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ABOUT SAXAPAHAW RIVERMILL COMMERCIAL CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION

 

 

Located along the banks of the Haw River in Alamance County, Saxapahaw Rivermill consists of eight unique commercial spaces:

 

The association is run by the business owners/board of directors and   monthly dues for each commercial entity vary according to size and location.

 

Still an unincorporated village, Saxapahaw continues to thrive with the revitalization of the mill buildings and development of the adjacent Sissipahaw Lofts.  The historic village works to protect the river and surroundings with a focus on local and sustainable practices and a strong engaged community.

 

For property management questions, call Ted Parenti at 919-932-0592 or ted@rampartmanagement.com

Your Property Manager:

Ted Parenti

Phone: 919-932-0592

The best way to get in touch with Ted is via email ted@rampartmanagement.com.

 

 

NOTICE OF RIGHT TO VOLUNTARY MEDIATION

 

Pursuant to Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes, all members are hereby informed that you have a right to initiate mediation pursuant to the terms of the statute to try to resolve a dispute with the Association. Both the homeowner and the Association must agree to mediate the dispute, and each side is responsible for splitting the cost of the mediation, including payment of a professional mediator. The mediation process is an opportunity to reach an agreement to resolve a dispute – neither side gives up their right to go to court to have a judge resolve the dispute if the parties are not able to reach an agreement through mediation. The specific process to initiate voluntary mediation is outlined in Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes.

NOTICE OF RIGHT TO VOLUNTARY MEDIATION

 

Pursuant to Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes, all members are hereby informed that you have a right to initiate mediation pursuant to the terms of the statute to try to resolve a dispute with the Association. Both the homeowner and the Association must agree to mediate the dispute, and each side is responsible for splitting the cost of the mediation, including payment of a professional mediator. The mediation process is an opportunity to reach an agreement to resolve a dispute – neither side gives up their right to go to court to have a judge resolve the dispute if the parties are not able to reach an agreement through mediation. The specific process to initiate voluntary mediation is outlined in Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes.

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