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HOA C.U.R.S.E. No. 1: Fines and Suspensions

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog

Today I begin a blog feature, entitled HOA C.U.R.S.E. (Consumer Unfriendly Regulatory Statute… 661 more words

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Does the NV HOA regulatory agency serve the public interest?

Shared by Deborah Goonan

Across the USA, there are many dedicated individuals making efforts to improve HOA governance standards at the state level. Retired Col. Robert Frank of Nevada is one them. 597 more words

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MI township testing the limits of new development agreements

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog

It certainly seems like the public is slowly catching on to the financial risks and housing inequities that result from over development of Association-Governed Residential Communities. 759 more words

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Condo Association Sued for Personal Injury Claims

Shared by Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog


This report highlights another key difference between apartment living and condo living. A condo association is a corporate entity that can be sued. 318 more words

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Attorney discusses legality of HOA fining residents for flying American Flag

MURRAY – A Home Owners Association in Murray says they want to regulate how, when, and where homeowners can fly the American Flag, and attorney Quinn Sperry says they may be able to do just that. 380 more words


HOA Crime of the week: painting the garage door red

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog

This story comes to us from Texas. Marilyn Davis, 89 years old, from Glencarin HOA in Harris County, has had the audacity to paint the trim and garage door of her house a shade of deep red – maroon to be precise. 252 more words

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HOA Flag Flap of the Month: Utah

By Deborah Goonan

Ah, American “democracy” at work in Chestnut Place Condominium Association, Murray, Utah. A few Board members, including the Board President, are tired of looking at “Flag Row.” The Board majority has decreed that the American flag is a “holiday decoration” that must be removed within 10 days of a holdiay. 188 more words

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