Enforcing Long Unenforced Rules In Your HOA

It may come as little surprise that quite a few homeowner association boards fail miserably in rule enforcement, especially in self managed HOAs. Let’s face it, confrontation with neighbors is not something most people look forward to. So when certain members play fast and loose with the rules, these boards turn a blind eye or run for cover. If this failure to enforce goes long enough, a reform group often appears to run for election and make a change. Once elected, Big Questions arise like “How do we go about enforcing long unenforced rules?” and “How aggressive should we get?” Good questions.    Read the article……………


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