Appeals court upholds constitutionality of lump sum association fee statute (LA)

Homeowners in the Eastover subdivision in New Orleans lost an appeal at the Louisiana Fourth District Circuit Court of Appeal, which found a state statute that facilitated the collection of association dues to be constitutional.  In a March 22 ruling, the court sided with the Eastover Neighborhood Improvement and Security District over the objections of Charles and Madalyn Cochrane and the Concerned Citizens of Eastover.    Read the article…………..


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