Is your association selectively enforcing its deed restrictions?

When a community association takes legal action to force an owner to comply with deed restrictions, the owner’s first defense is almost always “selective enforcement”. This defense essentially alleges that the association is not treating its members fairly and equally. “Why can I have only one dog” the owner may ask “when the president of the association has two?”   Read the article…………..


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