HOA Governance & Disputes
HOA disputes are not what most people think about when they’re moving into a new home. HOA disputes do occur. Whenever you’re moving into a new neighborhood, it’s important to read over all of the rules, CC&R’s of the regulations Homeowner’s Association. If you’re not sure what they are, you can always ask the HOA or call Hamilton & McInnis, LLP.
What Is the Homeowner’s Association?
The Homeowner’s Association is an organization within a living community (such as a subdivision, town homes or condominiums, or any structured neighborhood) that creates and enforces regulations and rules for all of the properties within its area of control.
Why Do HOA Disputes Come Up?
When an individual joins a neighborhood or other living community that is governed under an HOA, they are accepting a set of rules and regulations for their home and property. Sometimes these rules are not clear or easily known. In other cases, these rules can change during mandatory HOA meetings. It’s wise to attend many, if not all, of the HOA meetings so that you know what kind of rules are being proposed and changed.
What Do I Do if I Have HOA Disputes?
The first thing you should do is gather as much information about your case as possible. The more information you have, the more equipped you will be. Secondly, contact an HOA attorney from H&M Lawyers to help build your case against the Homeowner’s Association. From there, we will be able to help you gather any further information to help your case. Give us a call today and let us know about your dispute.
If you or anyone you know has HOA disputes that you would like to file, you can contact an HOA lawyer in your area to help you with your case. H&M Lawyers are well versed in HOA governance and disputes and has a long history of representing both HOA’s and individual HOA members.
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