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Easement Not Expired After Expansion Deadline

Harbour Pointe LLC v. Harbour Landing Condominium Association, Inc., No. NNHCV074025338S, Conn. App. Ct., February 22, 2011

Use Restrictions: In an unreported opinion, a Connecticut appeals court upheld a finding that a utility easement reserved to the declarant in a condominium declaration stated that the easement could only be extinguished if future phases of the expansion property were completed.

Harbour Landing is an expandable condominium in New Haven, Conn. The declaration recorded in 1983 sets out five phases for expansion and development. Each phase comprises a different parcel of land as described on the recorded subdivision plat. Currently, the condominium is located on the property described as Phases I and II on the plat, and Harbour Pointe owns the adjacent property, described as Phases III, IV and V on the plat. The declarant, Harbour Landing Development Corporation, reserved to itself an easement over Phase I to complete development of Phases II through V. Section 11A of the declaration provides:

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NC: Judge: Fairfield Harbour can’t buy golf course with dues proceeds

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

Superior Court Judge George Wainwright ruled earlier this month that the Fairfield Harbour Property Owners Association Inc. couldn’t buy golf course property in the community and pay for it with homeowner association dues.
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TX: Homeowners group sues mayor over upgrades

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

A homeowners association has accused Mayor Toni Randall of making upgrades to her South Shore Harbour condo without getting authorization from the association’s architectural review committee
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