Court of Appeals upholds decision favoring POA (AR)

Arkansas Court of Appeals has upheld the Garland County Circuit Court decision in the case of Gene Garner, et al., vs. Hot Springs Village Property Owners Association board of directors, et al.  Appellants challenged four issues, including the two-tier assessment approved by property owners in February 2014, use of overlay zones, non-paying inventory lots contributing to a quorum and general assessment funds used in master planning.  The decision frees $3.5 million in deferred spending earmarked for maintenance and the planned pickle ball and pool project.    Read the article…………….

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