HOAs Should Have a Written Policy on the Handling of Neighbor-to-Neighbor Disputes

If you live in a common interest development, it is inevitable that there are going to be disputes between neighbors. Because such disputes typically do not involve issues concerning the association’s common area property, HOA boards frequently elect not to expend their time or utilize association resources to become involved in the dispute, even if the conduct being reported constitutes a violation of the association’s governing documents.