Anthony Clark counsels developers and builders on a variety of issues relating to common-interest communities, including the formation, development and continuing governance of master planned communities, condominium regimes, homeowners associations, and mixed-use projects.
Anthony guides and advises real estate clients in the formation of new developments, including the drafting of declarations, bylaws, articles of incorporation, rules and regulations, and disclosure documents in compliance with the Maryland Homeowners Association Act for distribution to homebuyers, preparation and filing of homeowner association depository statements, deeds conveying land to homeowners associations, homebuyers and governmental agencies, and easement agreements. Anthony also reviews and interprets existing community documents relative to client rights and obligations and prepares amendments to the documents in accordance with the client preferences and needs.
Anthony represents developers in all aspects of commercial and multifamily acquisition, development and lending from entity formation through dissolution.
While attending law school, Anthony served as a legislative aid intern to Del. Erek L. Barron of the Maryland House of Delegates and as a judicial intern to the Honorable Joan E. Ryon of the Montgomery County Circuit Court.
Cycle for Survival
Habitat for Humanity
Maryland Special Olympics
Bar Association of Montgomery County, Real Estate Section
Catholic Business Network of Montgomery County, Board Member
Chesapeake Chapter of Community Association Institute
Gonzaga College High School Business Network
Maryland State Bar Association, Member Real Property Section; Member, Young Lawyers Section
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP)
Outside the Office
Anthony is an avid fisherman and outdoor sports enthusiast.