Can you sue a homeowners association if you are a member?

Answer Sure, unless you previously signed an agreement not to sue. Another AnswerRemember that when you sue a homeowners association of which you are a member, you're simply suing yourself.

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What are the legal disclosure obligations of a Home owners association to a seller member of that Homeowners association?

You may be referring to an inclusion in the purchase/sale agreement documentation packet which details the status of the unit and documents the status of certain business aspects of the association... Read More »

What is the difference between a Condominium Homeowners Association and a Townhouse or Plan Unit Development Homeowners Association?

A condo or townhouse Homeowners' Association (HOA) governs a group of condos, wherein the association is responsible for the maintenance of the outside of the building(s), landscaping, and utilitie... Read More »

Can a member of the home owners association who has a business contract with the association hold office as a board member or architectural review chairperson?

If the member has a business relationship with the HOA, then a conflict of interest would be raised by that member being on the board in any position.

Does the homeowners association have the right to keep settlement monies from the homeowners?

Your question implies that your association and its board pursued a cause of action -- whether through negotiation, mediation or a court of law -- and was awarded a cash settlement. Realistically, ... Read More »