HOA Homefront – Can the association enforce unwritten rules?

Q:  This past year we got a new homeowners association manager, and there has been a huge increase in the number of violation letters. Some are for items like patio chairs on walkways, water hoses not coiled in specific areas, and unit numbers that have been replaced decades ago with non-matching designs. None of these issues are spelled out anywhere in any governance document.  The board has gone so far as to state that those with outstanding fines will not be able to vote in our upcoming election. What level of detail should the board publish and if they fail to publish it are there consequences?    Read the Q&A…………


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