Parents sue homeowners association that wouldn’t let them park RV to help daughter with diarrhea (OR)
The parents of a severely disabled woman are suing their former homeowners association — after the association refused to allow them to use their driveway to park a motor home they bought to transport their daughter to medical appointments. Read the article………….
As the water retreated, the Town of Chapel Hill public safety teams allowed residents of Camelot Village and Brookwood Condominiums
Lowell will pay more than $350,000 as a result of a court judgment last June on a lawsuit by residents
When does a condominium association have the right to access a unit, despite an owner’s objection? As many boards know,