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 Can a homeowner association remove an owners trash from community property?

Answer If your governing documents state that an owner's property -- or the common areas -- must remain in a 'neat and tidy condition', and the property is not being maintained to that standard, there are... Read More »
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If the Home Owners Association for a condominium community hires a roofer to make repairs to the common area and there is damage to a unit owners personal property who is responsible for the damages?

It all depends.Depending on the insurance policy you carry on your personal property, and depending on the insurance carried by the association and the insurance carried by the roofer, there would ... Read More »
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What is the difference between a property owners association and a home owners association?

There really is no difference, except for the styling of the name. Both organizations operate through covenants and bylaws recorded against a group of properties with the goal of making said proper... Read More »
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Do home owners have voting rights in a homeowner's association?

Yes, and your voting rights are based on the notion of your 'allocated interest' in your communal ownership of the assets of the association. Your governing documents set out your voting rights and... Read More »
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I would like to find out how I can have my property exempted from our local property owners association?

If you purchased your property subject to the by-laws and rules & regulations of a Homeowner's Association you cannot remove your property from the association. All the other owners have the right ... Read More »
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