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Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?

A reader writes, “The association has 1,539 homes. The development is 25 years old. The bylaws and covenants have not been updated since 1987. The developer left in 1999. There are warring factions–ones that want the HOA but don’t want the $35 a month dues to go up, and the other faction that wants the HOA to dissolve.

Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?Discussion Forum Follow-Up: Is HOA Dissolution or Receivership the Answer?

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NC: Trade-offs of doing without an HOA

Hold that last thought. While I still don’t want someone planting azaleas where I want bougainvilleas, ivy where I want grass and a queen palm where I want a jacaranda, the only negative to not having an HOA is that sometimes —- more often than I’d like, in fact —- a front yard near my house goes to hell.

Authors: Community Associations Network…

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“Grandfathered” Rules

OK, your HOA’s changing some rules. But the gall of some owners! They want to be exempt from your new rules, or “grandfathered in.” Should you grant their request?

Here, we discuss the pros and cons of creating exceptions for rules, give four examples of when it’s smart and not smart to grandfather residents in, and provide tips to ensure the grandfathered rules don’t last forever and are enforceable. 

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