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Homeowners Associations, or HOAs, play valuable roles in the upkeep and maintenance of neighborhoods and exist to establish and enforce rules for people living in a community, but even in these communities’ conflicts can arise when the expectations of a homeowner and the association collide.
The guidance of an experienced HOA attorney that specializes in the rules governing homeowners and homeowners association law can make all the difference navigating the legal requirements and risks of being a part of a community association.
An HOA attorney can interpret governing documents and laws, as well as help with amending governing documents. An HOA attorney can also collect assessments, and represent the HOA and its Board in courtroom proceedings. For example, representing the HOA against homeowners who fail to pay dues. Having an attorney that specializes in property associations can assist in ensuring compliance and also prevent lawsuits.
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