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HOA’s rules aren’t being enforced

Q: We live in a Charlotte townhome community. In 2010, the HOA board revised the community’s existing “Rules & Regulations,” taking special care not to be in conflict with the decade-old Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs). Prior to implementation, all owners signed for the hand-delivered, revised Rules & Regulations booklet (including a notice of the rule changes) along with a letter announcing a monthlong transition period to the new rules.

 It has been months since the transition period has expired, and one owner has refused to comply with the revised rules and has threatened legal action, stating that he is only obliged to follow the rules that were in effect when he moved in. The board’s reaction has been to avoid confrontation and not enforce the revised rules. Are the new rules enforceable, regardless of when the owners moved in?

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CA: No Fun Allowed! (video news)

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

A military wife called KUSI’s Michael Turko about the welcome she got when she moved to San Diego. Turko says a local homeowners association is going out of its way to make their lives miserable.
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