Must HOA’s act to end discriminatory actions by others?

A few years ago one of our HOA clients came to us with a discrimination lawsuit that had been filed against them by the local housing agency. Apparently a group of homeowners had started a Facebook page using the HOA’s name, without the HOA’s knowledge or authorization, and were posting disparaging and racially-charged comments about a particular family in the neighborhood. While the HOA board had nothing to do with this Facebook page, they nevertheless were named as a defendant in the lawsuit.   Read the article……………….


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