HOAs Gone Haywire Part V: How To Use… And Not Use… Social Media As A Part Of HOA Or COA Communications

A homeowner in Nashville was threatened recently with legal action by her HOA for using the name of her subdivision on her personal Facebook neighborhood page.  A $15,000 suit was filed a few years ago by a vacation-condominium owner over negative social media comments made by a guest.  The online airing of New York City co-op residents’ internal dirty laundry has boiled over into lawsuits and even coverage in The New York Times.     Read the article…………..


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