Ask a Real Estate Pro: All owners will have to pay for HOA’s mistake

Q: I live in a community with a homeowner’s association. The board hired unlicensed workers to paint and replace fences. The city then cited our association with a code violation and a fairly substantial fine. There is also the expense to fix the issue. The board members want to pass the fines along to the homeowners who live close to those fences. Can they legally do this? Are the board members individually liable?    Read the Q&A……………


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