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Bylaws usually not recorded

Q. I just moved into a Union County community that had its homeowners’ association (HOA) formed in 1988. It was recently discovered that while the Articles of Incorporation and all the required updates of the covenants and restrictions are in order, apparently the bylaws of the HOA are not recorded in the county records.

Does this omission limit what the HOA can do in enforcement of the covenants and restrictions or dealing with any of the normal HOA management tasks? If so, what recourse is there for the HOA?First, let’s distinguish between the various governing documents for an HOA.

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NC: Morrisville considers taking private roads public

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

The only street through this modest community, Huntington Park Drive, is pocked with potholes and cracks. And the neighborhood’s 48 townhouses need new roofs. Typically, such repairs in private communities are paid for by homeowners, who pony up monthly dues. But these aren’t typical times.
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