Madison man forced to vacate home after losing court fight with homeowner’s association (AL)

Madison resident Douglas Pegues has been in his Shamrock Drive home for 11 years, but Tuesday he began living in a hotel until he sorts out a court dispute that has pushed him out of that house.  A retired Boeing engineer, Pegues has been in a series of court cases with the Shamrock Homeowners Association beginning in 2012. He contends the homeowners’ association covenant that requires dues that began at $50 a month, is only valid if the association establishes “common property” for the neighborhood. Specifically, he argues, a pool and office that haven’t been built.    Read the article……………….


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