HOA Homefront: Copies of documents should be a reasonable cost

Q:  Recently my family sold a house and paid over $700 in fees to the association, a large portion of which was for copies of rules and regulations to be provided to the buyer. The association provided the files to a third-party website and then instructed the escrow company to download the files and print copies for the buyer once I paid. The association basically did nothing.  Can an association charge fees without explaining what the fees are for?     Read the Q&A………….


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