Lawmakers aim to hold homeowner associations accountable for lost, stolen money (HI)

After several high-profile cases involving lost or stolen money, there’s a push to make homeowner associations more accountable.  There are several proposals being considered that could change the way they operate.  The number of House bills involving condo and homeowner associations has more than quadrupled in two years.  Two years ago, four bills about condo and homeowner associations were introduced in the House. Last year, there were 10.  This year, there are 29, not including those introduced in the Senate. (Some examples are listed below.)   Read the article…………….

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