After they painted their house blue, the homeowners association sued and neighbors called it ‘obnoxious.’ Court says they’re in the clear (NE)

A homeowners association in Sarpy County might be feeling the blues after a Nebraska Supreme Court ruling Friday.  Duane and Kathryn Korth, who live in the Gretna area, were sued by their subdivision’s homeowners association for painting their house a shade of blue that, according to neighboring homeowners, was “a nuisance” and “obnoxious to the eye.”  But the state’s highest court found Friday that the Korths did not violate the restrictive covenants of the Estates at Prairie Ridge subdivision. The court ruled that the covenants required new homes to be painted in earth tones, but they did not restrict the color when a house is repainted.     Read the article………………


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