State launched electronic database to clear confusion, post docs for Ala. homeowners’ associations

The database is a direct result of 2015’s Alabama Homeowners’ Association Act, which Governor Robert Bentley signed into law requiring the Secretary of State to implement and maintain an electronic database with which homeowner’s associations must file certain association documents. Organized by association name, the database is accessible by the public through the Secretary of State’s website and provides the capability to search and retrieve association filings.     Read the article………..


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