Rights of home owners against an association?

Answer Owners may differ in opinions with the board that leads the association. Or, you may have a rogue board that conducts business in ways that are not defined by your governing documents. Owners are ... Read More »

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Can a home owners association file a lien against you for over due fees?

Maybe. If the homeowner's association (HOA) has written, recorded covenants and/or bylaws that require the payment of dues, liens can be filed for non-payment of those dues. The laws regarding HOA ... Read More »

Can an home owners association suspend members voting rights?

Read your governing documents to determine the basis upon which your association may or may not be authorized to suspend owners' voting rights.

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 »

Can I file a countersuit against the home owners association for Theft of HOA funds by the property manager?

Your accusation sounds like there is already litigation afoot. You are best advised to seek counsel from an association-savvy attorney, who can review your evidence with you and help you decide whe... Read More »