Homeowner Legal Options Against HOA Abuse of Power

Homeowner Associations (“HOAs”) are intended to operate in the community’s best interest, making the community a more pleasant place to live while also maintaining property values. Unfortunately, HOAs sometimes become a source of disputes and disagreement that hinder rather than help to achieve these community goals. Disagreements are common between homeowners and HOAs regarding community issues. Common examples of such disputes include the unequal enforcement of community rules, disagreements over the interpretation of rules, and disagreements over enforcement actions against neighbors for alleged rule violations.     Read more……….


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