Maybe one of your residents is dating someone who’s so loud that the neighbors are complaining. Or maybe a regular guest consistently parks in owners’ approved spots. Or maybe you have a problem like that of an association client of Kristen L. Rosenbeck, a partner at the Mulcahy Law Firm PC in Phoenix. “I represent a high-rise association that’s…
Some HOA governing documents limit the use of owners’ units through use restrictions. One example: Limiting the number of overnight guests to 30 a year.
Are such rules permissible? Are they even enforceable? Here we discuss a few common use restrictions, their pros and cons, and better ways to skin the cat.
They’re Common, But Can You Enforce Them?
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