Texas HOA Law – 2015 Legislative Update

On June 1, the Texas Legislature concluded the 2015 legislative session. Unlike the 2013 legislative session, in which the Texas Legislature enacted legislation that was relatively minor in scope, the 2015 Texas Legislature enacted 39 new HOA-specific laws that apply to Texas Homeowners Associations, including Homeowners Associations that administer condominium developments (generally referred to as “Condominium Associations”) and Homeowners Associations that administer subdivision developments (generally referred to as “Subdivision Associations”). The following is a brief description of such new statutory laws.    Read the article……………


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