Developer Control of Homeowner Associations Could Diminish in South Carolina

The South Carolina 2015-2016 Appropriation Act established the “South Carolina Committee on Homeowners Associations.” Thirteen individuals, consisting of lawmakers, developers, homeowner association managers and property owners were appointed to debate various issues affecting the level of authority that developers have over their own development projects in South Carolina. Three meetings consisting of several hours of debate resulted in a twenty-six page report.    Read the article………….


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