Enforcement of CC&R’s

Condominium and homeowner association CC&Rs are, in many ways, similar to contracts. If one party breaches the terms of the contract, the other party may seek the help of the legal system for damages or to require the breaching party to fulfill their obligations.  Most CC&Rs allow the community association to enforce the covenants and promises found in the governing documents. The association does this through its elected board of directors. But does the association have an obligation to enforce the CC&Rs? In most cases, the answer is yes.    Read the article………….


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