Twin Creeks v. Sunset Ridge, 03-16-00653-CV (TexApp Dist 08/25/2017)

In this case of first impression, appellee sued appellant seeking a declaration that an amended restrictive covenant filed by appellant that required club membership was invalid as to condominium owners under the Uniform Condominium Act §82.0675(a) due to appellant’s failure to renew the covenant after the ninth anniversary. On motion, the trial court granted appellee summary judgment holding that §82.0675 applied to the amended restrictive covenant, that the restrictive covenant was not renewed after the ninth anniversary of the date it was filed, and that any provision of the restrictive covenant requiring condominium owners to maintain club members was invalid.    Read the article……………..

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