Idaho and HOAs fit — sometimes

North Idaho is not what anyone would describe as fertile ground for creating a homeowners association.  “What you have is the truly independent nature of people in this area running straight into a binding contract,” said Brindee Collins of the law firm Vial Fotheringham. “Putting a group of neighbors together in what essentially is a business — an actual corporation — can be a little more challenging here than in most other places.”    Read the article………..


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