Looking to Go Green? You May First Need to Check with Your Homeowner’s Association

If you live in a subdivision, your property is likely governed by a homeowner’s association (HOA) and a written declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions regarding the use, condition, and overall appearance and aesthetic of your home (“Declaration”). As the below case illustrates, alterations to your property may be prohibited by or require prior approval under the Declaration, and you may be forced to remove such alterations, at your cost, if you violate such provisions.   Read the article……………


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