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an a Homeowner’s Association that Allows the Violation of a Restrictive Covenant be Liable in Tort? (FL)

/ Owner - April 24, 2024

The issue of whether a homeowner’s association that permits a violation of its restrictive covenants is liable in damages in tort was addressed by the Fourth District Court of Appeals in the recent case of Seminole Lakes HOA, Inc. v. Esnard, Case No 4D18-15 (Florida 4th DCA Dec. 19, 2018). In this case, the Association was faced with a “severe parking problem” and therefore permitted on street parking, despite restrictive covenants prohibiting this activity. The relevant municipal code prohibited on street parking that interferes with the flow of traffic.    Read the article…………………………….

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