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  • Everything you need to Know about HOA Bylaws, Regulations and CC&Rs
    As much as we might not like to admit it at times, homeowners associations have rules and regulations in place for a reason. Mostly, they are for community safety and structure. If you find yourself questioning whether your HOA has the authority to regulate a certain item or action, check its governing documents and bylaws, as well as your state and local laws. If you’re a board member, you need to realize the importance of clear, coherent rules and governing ...
  • Let it snow: Texas community creates winter wonderland
    While nestled in the heart of Spring, Texas, where snowfall is a rare sight, the Windrose Community Association has found a creative way to bring the joy of winter to its residents. For years now, this close-knit community has been making cherished memories by building an annual winter wonderland and snow hill for the children. This heartwarming tradition not only fosters a sense of togetherness but also showcases the community’s commitment to creating magical moments for its youngest members.   Read ...
  • Client Alert – Corporate Transparency Act
    Millions of entities across the United States must get ready to comply with the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), a new federal law that goes into effect on January 1, 2024. Subject to a few limited exceptions, the CTA requires all new and currently existing entities to file reports with the federal government, identifying information about themselves, their “company applicants,” and their “beneficial owners.”    Read the article…………………………….
  • A Neighborly Guide to Enjoying Christmas Lights in Your Neighborhood
    The holiday season is upon us, and one of the most cherished traditions is driving around neighborhoods to admire the twinkling Christmas lights. To help you make the most of your neighborhood Christmas light tour, we’ve put together a guide with tips for being a considerate and courteous neighbor during the festive season.    Read the article………………………….
  • Fireplace Safety
    As the colder weather sets in, many people are rushing to light their fireplaces to create a cozy and warm ambiance. If you have a woodburning fireplace in your home, it’s crucial to keep fireplace safety in mindto ensure the well-being of your household and your neighbors in your HOA community during the winter season. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe and warm during the winter!   Read the article………………………..
  • Surviving the Holiday Season as a Board Member
    The holiday season can be a stressful time for board members, but with the right approach, you can navigate it successfully! Managing a community during this busy period and handling the conflicts that often arise doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here are some valuable tips to help you effectively manage your community and reduce stress during the holiday season.   Read the article…………………………..
  • Update from Austin: 88th Texas Legislature Special Session 3
    The third special session for the 88th Texas Legislature called by Governor Greg Abbott began on October 9th. The Governor set out the issues that can be brought forth for this session in a proclamation. Those issues include: education freedom, border security, public safety and property ownership. The bill property owners associations are watching is SB 48.   Read the article……………………………

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Texas Condominium & Homeowner Association Laws

Chapter 82       Uniform Condominium Act

Chapter 81        Condominiums Created Before Adoption of Uniform Condominium Act

Chapter 201      Restrictive Covenants Applicable to Certain Subdivisions

Chapter 202     Construction and Enforcement of Restrictive Covenants

Chapter 203      Enforcement of Land Use Restrictions in Certain Counties

Chapter 204      Powers of Property Owners’ Association Relating to Restrictive Covenants in Certain Subdivisions

Chapter 205      Restrictive Covenants Applicable to Revised Subdivisions in Certain Counties

Chapter 206      Extension of Restrictions Imposing Regular Assessments in Certain Subdivisions

Chapter 207      Disclosure of Information by Property Owners’ Associations

Chapter 208      Amendment and Termination of Restrictive Covenants in Historic Neighborhoods

Chapter 209      Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act

Title 12               Texas Timeshare Act


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