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CC&Rs? – How to Read Your HOA and Condo Rules and Regulations

The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions go by many names—the CC&Rs, the condo rules, the Dec, the governing documents, and the HOA covenants. No matter what name you use, these CC&Rs strictly control the relationships between owners and their associations. 1,210 more words

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La Sra. Madelen Celis, que está obsesionada por continuar en el BOD en forma inexplicable, continúa desparramando insultos y desinformación en medios escritos y radiales. El que mas me ha llamado la atención, y que lo ha repetido muchas veces, es que los únicos proxies que se pueden usar en las elecciones de BOD, y no pueden ser copias, son los que provee la administración y que están numerados. Llama la atención que la Sra. Celis siendo parte de la directiva ignore el F.S. 617.0721 que dice: "... (2) A member who is entitled to vote may vote in person or, unless the articles of incorporation or the bylaws otherwise provide, may vote by proxy executed in writing by the member or by his or her duly authorized attorney in fact. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in the articles of incorporation or bylaws, any copy, facsimile transmission, or other reliable reproduction of the original proxy may be substituted or used in lieu of the original proxy for any purpose for which the original proxy could be used if the copy, facsimile transmission, or other reproduction is a complete reproduction of the entire proxy..." Y además, la declaración del abogado Cuevas en una visita personal en 8-18-15. dijo "Any paper that has the required elements (such as names, purpose, date and time of election, person that gives and person that receives the proxy, etc.) is a valid proxy, it could be even hand written in a piece of toilet paper." Espero que pueda entender el Ingles. Si la Sra. Celis tuviera algo de decencia, tiene la oportunidad de corregir su ignorancia y disculparse.

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NV: Spring Creek HOA wants to become a town

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Spring Creek Association (SCA) in Elko, Nevada, with a population of more than 12,000,  will be considering options to do away with its homeowners’ association, or at least reduce the Association’s roles and responsibilities. 420 more words

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Real estate Q&A: Yes, your HOA can tell you how to park

Q: I live in a condominium community, and I have been told that I can’t park by backing into my own driveway. Can my association actually tell me how to park? 8 more words

Tenants: invisible HOA victims

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

Some readers may not be aware that these days, college student housing options include condos.

For many decades, Universities have traditionally built and managed on-campus student housing. 452 more words

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Buying within an HOA: Need-to-Knows

One of the things you may have heard of when shopping for a condo, townhouse, or other planned community or gated development home is that you will be required to join the homeowners association – also called an HOA. 530 more words

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