Tag Archives: legislative

NC: When Does HOA Enforcement Become Unreasonable?

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

Can a homeowners association come after your property for doing something you think is good for your neighborhood? That kind of question prompted Mecklenburg State Representative Beverly Earle (D) to propose changes to the Planned Community and Condo Act. The situation that Huntersville resident Jim Lane faces today points to one legislative amendment under HB 165 — when does a violation justify such extreme action as an HOA placing a lien on you?
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FL: A well-informed and organized group of Floridians can make a difference

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

On the 13th day of the 2011 Florida Legislative Session, House leaders proposed draconian deregulation measures for Condominiums, Cooperatives, Timeshares, Mobile homes, as well as Homeowners’ Association and Community Association Managers. Almost two weeks after the deadline to file legislation, legislators bypassed standard procedural rules and attempted to fast track these changes using special budget rules.
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NC Legislative Update

The North Carolina legislature is back in session and there are numerous bills that have been introduced that impact homeowners associations. The following is summary of the legislation that has been introduced as of 21 March and the Legislative Action Committee's (LAC) positions on each (SB=Senate Bill, HB=House Bill). SB 373 "Community Associations Managers Licensing Act"....
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