Mt. Juliet area man spends near $11,000 in dispute with HOA (TN)

David Oakley was fed up with neighbors in his Wilson County community parking their boats, RVs and commercial vehicles in their yards.  So he took his homeowners association to court. To the tune of almost $11,000 in his own legal fees.  Oakley, 69, alleged the Seven Springs Estates Homeowners Association did not enforce parking restrictions according to neighborhood bylaws for the 66-lot subdivision off Central Pike that he and his wife moved to in 2007 as a retirement home.   Read the article…………..


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