Pecan Lakes Homeowner Finds Herself in Knight Fight with HOA

Though the Castle Doctrine is law in Texas, one homeowner’s association says a knight should not be standing guard outside homes.  “Your home is your castle!” said Ammi Miller. She owns the knight and says its been on her front porch for the last eight months. Just two weeks ago she got a letter from the Pecan Lakes Homeowner’s Association telling her it was in violation of deed restrictions and must be removed.  Out of frustration, she posted the letter on the neighborhood Facebook page. Conversations grew and Miller named it and created the “Save Sir Juan Rodriguez Dominguez Ramirez Perez Smith” page. “I think it’s hilarious. I think it’s totally hilarious,” said Miller. In order to save her from any consequences from the HOA, she’s taking up offers from neighbors to post the knight outside their homes as well.   Read the article……………..


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