Get legal help limiting rentals amid condo units

Q. We live in a small patio home development (37 units) that has a homeowners’ association (HOA). Other than a statement that the homeowner is responsible for all requirements in our restrictive covenants, there is no statement in the restrictive covenants themselves that specifies the number of units that can be rented.    Read the Q&A………..


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