Some, But Not All: How the North Carolina Planned Community Act affects Pre-1999 Planned Communities

In 1999, the North Carolina General Assembly enacted the North Carolina Planned Community Act (“Act”) as Chapter 47F of the North Carolina General Statutes. The Act was intended to establish certain rights for property owners in planned communities, establish a framework of rules and regulations to govern planned communities, and grant owners’ associations the powers necessary to manage them.     Read the article……….


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