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Covenant Enforcement Made Easy

Enforcing covenants of an association is one of the most difficult jobs a board of directors must embark upon, while at the same time being one of the most critical functions of the board. Most declarations of common interest communities specifically state that the purpose of the association is to protect and enhance property...

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Partners Begin Here So the homeowner has requested a hearing, NOW WHAT?

As board members, it is difficult to follow all the rules and requirements set forth in the governing documents and State law when it comes to imposing fines and scheduling hearings.   So when a request comes in from a homeowner requesting a hearing, the task seems insurmountable.  However, if you break up the hearing process into a few small pieces, it becomes a task you can accomplish.

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TX: Lawsuit alleges condo defects

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

The owners of the 2727 Kirby luxury high-rise are suing the developer of the 30-story condo, seeking damages for costs to repair alleged construction defects.
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