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……………….
Is The New Clean Water Rule A Cleaner Way To Predict Federal Jurisdiction Over Property Or Does It Just Muddy The Waters?
On August 28, 2015, a new rule issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) and the Army Corps
Most homeowners understand that assessments are a regular part of homeowners association membership. However, some owners—and even board members—may not
A Nevada assemblyman who broke rank with fellow Republicans on a key bill opposed by unions has moved from a