Best Practices for Community Association Covenant Compliance

The role of a Community Association is to maintain a quality standard of living for their community. These associations protect property values by maintaining common areas and outlining a set of rules that each resident must adhere to, commonly called Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. Establishing clear rules, notice procedures, enforcement policies and hearing procedures are the best way to ensure voluntary compliance; however, drafting those rules and policies are not always so cut-and-dry.  Read the article………


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