Court of Appeals Upholds Homeowners Association’s Application of Bylaws

The Washington Court of Appeals recently upheld a homeowners association’s interpretation and application of its bylaws in a published opinion. Members of the association challenged its authority to impose membership fees and liens because they claimed that its board of directors was improperly constituted.     Read the article…………..


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