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March 2019 Archives

HOA dispute causes parties to spend $1 million

It isn't uncommon for those who live in homes controlled by homeowners associations to have disputes with that association on occasion. This happens often in California and around the country. However, one legal dispute between a homeowner and Avignon Villa Homes in Kansas has cost the two sides about $1 million collectively. The dispute started over the placement of a satellite dish as well as a decorative wall.

Man resumes HOA flag dispute after 2 decades and wins

The desire to promote certain aesthetics and maintain property values motivates homeowners associations throughout California and the rest of the country to establish by-laws. One man who ran afoul of by-laws prohibiting a flag pole in his front yard over 20 years ago won his battle on a second attempt.

Water damages and resultant neighbor disputes

As many of the citizens of California might have experienced first-hand, runoff water can be devastating to a house. Moreover, if a homeowner's property was damaged as a result of runoff water coming from the neighbor's land, disputes are bound to arise. That being said, it is worth bearing in mind that the law will consider neighbors legally liable for the damages only when they have landscaped their land and this alteration has influenced the path of the runoff water.

HOA issues fine over alleged obscene snow outline

Many homeowners in California who live in homeowners associations are likely aware of the potential for property-related disputes. In some cases, alleged HOA agreement violations are valid. However, other disagreements are questionable, to say the very least. The latter is what allegedly happened to a woman in Tennessee.

Before you buy, know about the community HOA

Buying a home is an exciting time. In California, finding a good residential property for an affordable price is quite the accomplishment, yet there are a few important things to know before you rush ahead with the purchase. One of the most crucial factors that can determine how you will use and enjoy your new home is the community Homeowners' Association.