Washington Court of Appeals Resolves Road Maintenance Agreement Dispute

The Washington Court of Appeals ruled in a published opinion last month that a road maintenance agreement did not create a homeowners’ association. It also ruled that a majority of lot owners did not have the authority to amend that agreement to adopt governing procedures.  Read the article……….


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