Residential Planned Communities and Condominiums: Changing the Rules After the Game has Begun

As Americans, it is in our nature to always look for ways to improve anything and everything affecting our lives, including the cars we buy, the food we eat, and yes, even the organizations to which we belong. It’s no wonder then that so many residential communities across North Carolina are so often seeking changes and amendments to the existing restrictive covenants that encumber their homes.     Read the article…………


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