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Can HOAs Require Residents to be COVID-19 Vaccinated?
Homeowners’ association boards of directors are responsible for maintaining common areas and keeping them safe.
Court Says Association’s Daily Fines for Refusal to Remove Unauthorized Fence Were “Null and Void”
This case involved a dispute between a community owners association (“Association”) and homeowners (“Owners”) over Owner’s right to install a 6’ high aluminum fence around the backyard their property that Association had not approved.
Court Says HOA Board Had Discretion to Order Removal of Aggressive Dog from Community
This case involved a dispute between a homeowner’s association (“Association”) and three homeowner family members (“Owners”) over Association’s right to force the removal of Owners’ German Shepard dog from the community after two separate incidents of attacks by the dog on other pets and people in the community.
Association President’s Short-Term Airbnb Rentals of Condominium Challenged in Court
This case involved a dispute between a condominium owners association (“Association”) and an individual condominium owner (“Owner”), who was the former president of Association, over Owner’s right to operate her condominium unit as a short-term rental on the Airbnb website.
Court Ruling: Association Directors’ Expenditures are Protected
The case involved an action filed by several condominium unit owners individually, and on behalf of all other unit owners (hereinafter collectively “Owners”), against the individual members of the association’s former board of directors (hereinafter collectively “Directors”) and the association’s property manager (“Manager”).
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Alternative Payment Plans
This “How-To” guide describes the steps that should be followed by a homeowners association in order to adopt policies and procedures relative to alternative payment schedules that are designed to enable homeowners who are delinquent in the payment of assessments and/or other amounts that are owed to the association to become current.
- A 6 part procedure outlining how to properly review state statutes and association governing documents, adopt guidelines for, plan, itemize, prepare, and establish alternative payment plans for the payment of delinquent assessments.
- 10 Recommended easy to use forms to assist in properly adopting guidelines to establish an alternative payment schedule.