AirBNB & VRBO: Do My Neighbors Have a Say? (TX)
Following his transfer to Houston, Ruel Benda decided to keep his posh gated neighborhood Rodeo Drive house and started advertising it on AirBNB. His profits were so good that he began renting for 7 days or less. Insisting that Benda’s home use was commercial and not residential, a violation of his property owners association’s (POA) recorded Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, the POA fined him. Benda sued. Did he win? Can Benda continue to rent his house? It depends. No, if Ruel Benda lived in San Antonio. Under these facts a San Antonio appellate court concluded that the POA deed restrictions prevented such rentals and granted the POA’s injunction denying further rentals. Yes, if Benda lived in Austin Read the article………….
When you’re up to your earlobes in alligators, it’s hard to recall that your initial objective was to drain the
Recent Arbitration Decision Offers Stern Warning to Associations Making Certain Alterations Without a Membership Vote
An arbitration decision rendered earlier this year by the State of Florida Division of Condominiums involving a dispute over alterations
In 2013, the Idaho Supreme Court reversed a grant of summary judgment in a case brought by the members of